• September 17, 2021

Tags : teachers

Two El Paso Teachers receive stipends to guide students in

Wednesday afternoon, officials with the Society for Science announced the names of 66 stellar educators from across the country, including two teachers from El Paso who will receive a stipend and support to help guide their students in scientific research. Ramon Benavides of Del Valle High School and Raquel Miranda, Project Youth 4 Youth International,both received […]Read More

Op-Ed: Digital Textbooks are Better Than Paper Textbooks

“Kids must use paper texts. Period.” the teacher said to me. “Why? “What is it that makes paper superior to digital texts?” She then led me onto a long litany of reasons why students need paper texts: They are tactile: Student need to feel the book and the pages. They can underline the words. They […]Read More

Op-Ed: Teachers Who Don’t Value Learning New Things

I once had an office that was right outside the door where people would bring their district issued laptops in for servicing. A regular phrase that I would hear explained to the technician particularly when a teacher was trying to explain their laptop issue was “I am not a techie.” “I am not a techie, […]Read More

UTEP Athletics Recognizes SISD Teachers for Going the Extra Yard

Twelve Team SISD teachers were selected by former students to be recognized in the College Football Playoff Foundation Extra Yard for Teachers initiative, which was supported by the University of Texas at El Paso Athletics Department and Conference USA. The Extra Yard for Teachers initiative aims to reward outstanding teachers in the community who inspire […]Read More

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