Tag "learn"

Commentary: It’s education malpractice not to focus on students

    Commentary: It’s education malpractice not to focus on students

HENRY PANKEY GUEST COLUMNIST “From kindergarten to 12th grade, students attend school 13,000 hours, yet they only receive two days of individualized instruction” (E-Learning 2010: Assessing the Agenda for Change,

Read Full Article

Penned with Love

    Penned with Love

Kids write letters of support for their teachers (pictured above: Whitaker students (from left): Carolina Bumgarner, Finn Kehoe, Will Bumgarner and Thomas Smith were among those who penned letters in support

Read Full Article

Children’s Museum celebrating 10th anniversary  

    Children’s Museum celebrating 10th anniversary  

Under the theme “A Decade of Play,” Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem will mark its 10th anniversary with special programming for 10 months, March through December. This month, BB&T is sponsoring

Read Full Article

Social media community launched at Bennett

    Social media community launched at Bennett

Ten years after her graduation, Bennett College alumna Marissa Jennings returned to her alma mater last week to launch the next chapter of her career in the place where it

Read Full Article

For Seniors Only!: WSTA’s Try Transit

    For Seniors Only!: WSTA’s Try Transit

WSTA’s Try Transit Program is a free assistance program to help people learn to use and become more comfortable with

Read Full Article

Father and son breakfast is Nov. 9

    Father and son breakfast is Nov. 9

The Laymen’s League of Mount Zion Baptist Church is sponsoring its ninth annual NFL (Network, Fellowship and Learn) Father &

Read Full Article

First-year teacher returns to her alma mater

    First-year teacher returns to her alma mater

When Winston-Salem Prep opened in 2004, Beatrice Wilkerson and her parents decided that it was the right school for her,

Read Full Article

Liberian ambassador: We need your support

    Liberian ambassador:  We need your support

Liberian Ambassador Jeremiah Sulunteh spent four days in North Carolina beginning late last month, touring local facilities and meeting with

Read Full Article

Anderson named Schools’ top Classified Employee

    Anderson named Schools’ top Classified Employee

Damian Anderson, a kindergarten assistant at Mineral Springs Elementary School, is Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School’s 2013 Classified Employee of the Year. Anderson

Read Full Article

Search wschronicle.com

Featured Sponsor

Subscribe to Daily Digital

Categories

Archives

More Sponsors