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Capturing the Hearts and Minds of Students …and a Little Fishing Too

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Experiential Learning in this Classroom Doubles Employment Outcomes and Eliminates Behavior Issues David Yunker and his Oxnard, CA High School class have just returned from fishing.  Not only have they caught a few fish, but David has captured the hearts and … Read More

It’s National Sewing Month! Do Your Students Know How to Make a Straight stitch, Backstitch, or Topstitch?

Don’t miss out on a great learning experience for your students. Did you know that tens of millions of Americans sew at home? Whether for personal use, community service or for a home business, sewing is a great skill to … Read More

Education Associates Announces WIOA Solutions for Pre-ETS Services

  Project Discovery’s Life and Work Skills Solutions prepare students to be workforce ready. This year U.S. schools, job coaches, vocational rehabilitation counselors and transition coordinators are working hard to comply with the new Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) … Read More

How Can Project Discovery Help My Students Be Job Ready?

Hurricane Harvey victims need a helping hand. Together we can make a difference.

Give a helping hand to those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Donate now through Red Cross. Here’s a list of more organizations that are undertaking this work and how you can contribute to them.  

The Future of Learning: Hands – On and Student Driven

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Today’s blog starts with a thought experiment.  Think with us for a moment about your favorite activity. Maybe it’s gardening, playing a sport, or even watching movies. Now, think about how you would teach someone else to love what you … Read More

How Can Project Discovery Help Me as an Educator?

Back-to-School Strategies For Students with Disabilities From Parents and Educators

Going back to school is not easy for any student. The prospect of a new school environment and new routines can be especially daunting for students with disabilities. What will my classroom look like? Where will my locker be? Will … Read More

Franklin, the Service Dog, Happily and Capably Serves His Companion with MS

  In honor of Assistance Dog Week, we are honoring Franklin, who is Susan Maziarz’s service dog. Shortly after Susan was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis she began to feel the effects of the debilitating disease and became wheelchair dependent. The … Read More

New Netflix Series ‘Atypical” to Feature Teenager on the Autism Spectrum – Premiers August 11

Ever wonder what it is like to experience life as a teenager on the autism spectrum? Is it really that much different from the trials and tribulations of any teenager? You can follow the story of high-school senior Sam Gardner … Read More