Questions

by Alexis Hopper, Program Coordinator  “The art and science behind questions is the source of all knowledge” –Thomas Berger, novelist On occasion, I remember to ask my husband questions like, […]

Yoga Routines for Kids

Yoga has been proven to have many benefits for both the mind and body. In addition to toning muscles and improving overall physical health, yoga helps reduce stress, manage anxiety […]

The Future of Individualized Education

Institute for Educational Advancement - Connecting bright minds; nurturing intellectual and personal growth

by Morgan Carrion NPR ed’s website features several articles that discuss various ways in which our current system fails to meet kids where they are. Right next to an article […]

Calling All Tinkerers!

By Tiffany Kwong After reading Niña’s recent blog post about the Maker movement and Maker Faires, I was reminded of the importance of hands-on learning, making, and tinkering for kids […]

Bored? Make Something!

Institute for Educational Advancement - Connecting bright minds; nurturing intellectual and personal growth

By Niña Abonal This past November, I had the opportunity to attend NAGC’s Annual Convention in Phoenix, Arizona. Although the primary purpose of my trip was to learn more about […]

Turning to Pen and Paper

By Zadra Rose Ibañez One of the questions we routinely ask applicants during an interview for a position with IEA is: “How do you deal with stress?” If one were […]

Preparing for High School

Institute for Educational Advancement - Connecting bright minds; nurturing intellectual and personal growth

By Lauren F. Lauren is a 2012 Caroline D. Bradley Scholar and a rising high school sophomore attending a boarding school in Connecticut. She recently shared with us what she […]

Preparing for High School

By Lauren F. Lauren is a 2012 Caroline D. Bradley Scholar and a rising high school sophomore attending a boarding school in Connecticut. She recently shared with us what she […]