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Secondary school tool

NAPE – Explore STEM Careers

View   The Explore STEM Careers Toolkit provides a framework with lesson plans and activities to help secondary counselors, teachers, and administrators to educate and inspire every student to consider a career in STEM. Student activities (with Spanish translations), detailed lesson plans, and vivid infographics are

NAPE – Realizing Potential with Mindset

View   This toolkit is designed to assist secondary educators in transforming their practice to foster a growth mindset in themselves and their students. Using a growth-mindset approach in teaching is especially effective in developing equitable learning environments that support every student. This toolkit provides an overview

NAPE – Program Improvement Process for Equity

View   Through a 5-step process—Organize, Explore, Discover, Select, and Act—Program Improvement Process for Equity (PIPE) engages teams of secondary administrators, teachers, and counselors in examining trends in student data to identify performance gaps, including those related to gender, race, ethnicity, or economic status. Offers methods of

NAPE – Micromessaging to Reach and Teach Every Student

View   Micromessaging to Reach and Teach Every Student™ is a high-quality, research-based, educator professional development program to address gender- and culturally-based implicit biases that occur in the secondary classroom and workplace. Developed by the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education Foundation.

TK from Will Tyson

  A set of pre-publication draft chapters from an upcoming book by project advisor Dr. Will Tyson of the University of South Florida. These chapters are full of the kinds of real-world reactions that secondary educators are likely to hear from students, employers, and fellow instructors