Today’s students live in a world more connected and integrated than at any other time in human history. That’s a big deal. It affects how students live, play and, yes, get educated. As members of smaller communities within this larger global context, students need to be empowered to open their learning lens to new perspectives. […]
Teachers dream big for their students. They want them to succeed, not just in the classroom but in their future lives too. But how are schools preparing students for the future? The ways we work, connect, and live in the future will be shaped by technologies and events that will resonate globally. No one can […]
When it comes to K-12 education, terms and methodologies abound. In the end, student instruction comes down to whether or not learning experiences are preparing students for life in the 21st century. And it’s difficult to live in the 21st century without technology. The pandemic profoundly affected education, students and teachers alike, but it also […]
Every community faces challenges every day. Some challenges are small, and some are part of even larger challenges facing many communities across the country. But every challenge brings with it an opportunity for growth. By tying classroom learning goals to identifying solutions to a community challenge, teachers can bridge the gap between theory and practice […]
One of the most common refrains heard by educators from students is, “…But how will I ever use this?” It doesn’t matter if the subject matter is STEM or humanities. Students can have a difficult time applying lesson materials from their textbooks to the world around them. When looking to kickstart an educational initiative, finding […]
As NTC’s new CEO Margaret Eames says, “We’ve always had women in leadership roles at NTC, and still do. That’s key to what we do and how we do it.” And NTC is all the better for it. Research has shown that companies with more women in senior positions are more profitable, more socially responsible […]
By Nikki Swoboda On September 1, 2021, Margaret Eames was named CEO of The National Theatre for Children and NTC Corporate. Elevating through the company from Accounts Payable to Design Coordinator to Chief Financial Officer, she brings with her decades of practice in providing structure to creative individuals and their endeavors and forming policies and […]
Margaret Eames Becomes CEO of The National Theatre for Children (NTC), Making Company a Women-Owned Small Business
PRESS RELEASE On September 1, 2021, one of the country’s premier educational content providers made Margaret Eames its new CEO. The National Theatre for Children (NTC) announced the change and is currently being certified as a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) through the U.S. Small Business Administration. The executive hire comes near the end of an […]
This school year, the Water Pirates of Neverland livestream events will be delivered virtually to 50 schools within IEUA’s retail members’ service areas, accommodating students whether they’re learning in the classroom, remotely from home or a combination of both.
Public Service Co. of Oklahoma has partnered with The National Theatre for Children to educate students and their families about electrical safety.