March 2014 Inspire ENews

25-Mar-2014

Roundup of inspirational stories includes an update on the Access Learning 1:1 digital curriculum pilot, Michelle Kay named Milken Educator, Ryan Kagami named Teacher of Promise, Nanakuli High and Intermediate performing arts students visit the White House.

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MAR. 25, 2014

Digital curriculum expanding opportunities
Moanalua Middle's band students have used technology to better visualize and create music, study composers and build connections with their music. It's just one of myriad ways our Access Learning pilot schools are integrating 1:1 devices and curriculum. STORY  

THE MOMENT: MICHELLE KAY NAMED 2014 MILKEN EDUCATOR
Capturing the moment when a teacher is honored with the prestigious Milken Educator Award is all part of the fun. Watch and enjoy! STORY  

KAILUA INT.'S KAGAMI NEWEST 'TEACHER OF PROMISE'
The prestigious award recognizes the seventh- and eighth-grade science teacher for excellence in the field during the first four semesters in the classroom. STORY  

NANAKULI PERFORMING ARTS STUDENTS VISIT WHITE HOUSE
They were among 124 students from around the country who participated in a GRAMMY Museum educational workshop, thanks to AEG sponsorship. STORY  

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