There is a lot going on at Edulastic over the next few months. At the top of the list: the release of Edulastic 2020! We’re counting down the days until the big update and can’t wait to share it with you all.
Our team has been working hard to get this update all ready, and we are thrilled to add on two great interns to help us this summer. They are helping us create blog posts, getting the Edulastic Innovator Team up and running, and contributing to the resources on the YouTube channel. Our summer interns are instrumental in helping us reach and support educators around the country and world. You might see their names pop up on our blog or our Edulastic Community Page. We’re thrilled to bring them on board and introduce them to you all!
Get to know the newest team members:
Hello! My name is Priya, and I’m thrilled to be joining the Edulastic team this summer. I’m a rising sophomore at Pomona College, considering a major in Cognitive Science and a minor in French. In my free time, I enjoy birding and playing guitar. I’m incredibly excited to delve into the world of marketing and education technology this summer.
Hi! My name is Janet, and I’m a rising junior at the University of California, Santa Barbara originally from Palo Alto, California. At UCSB, I’m pursuing a major in Communication and minor in Art & Technology. Beyond the academic realm, I’m an editor for WORD Magazine, an arts and culture publication. I enjoy painting, journaling, cooking, and I run a handmade earring shop. I’m excited to be a part of the Edulastic marketing team this summer and look forward to learning, growing, and challenging myself!
We are excited to have Janet and Priya on our team this summer! They are already hard at work and making great contributions. Check out this blog post that Janet wrote, and this fun assessment that Priya created.
A Summer Reading List: Top Picks from Teachers Around the Country
When the school year winds down and heads into summer, many teachers enjoy a classic sunny-day activity—reading! From science fiction to education self-help titles, we asked teachers to share their all-time favorite reads. Check it out, and happy reading!
A Fun Assessment: Learning Edulastic with Music
Many teachers like to start the year with fun activities for their students. This helps students get comfortable with the new class, and in this case, comfortable with the technology they may use to learn new material. Check out this fun assessment to help introduce your students to Edulastic!