Global Problem Solvers: The Series
New York teacher uses Global Problem Solvers: The Series to help kids launch a social enterprise
"We were looking for new, innovative things to do with our students,” says Michael. “The staff and I watched the episodes and developed a plan to incorporate it into a program for our students to run their own business, made possible by a grant we applied for through EdCorp Real World Scholars.”
Arizona educator uses Global Problem Solvers: The Series to teach her kids 21st century skills
“It’s perfect for my middle grades – it grows with them,” Kat says. She introduced GPS: The Series to her 4th and 5th grade students a year ago and plans to expand to her 6th graders this year.
Missouri teacher uses Global Problem Solvers: The Series to awaken his kids’ inner superheroes
“The students loved the gamification. As they completed challenges and missions – just like the Global Problem Solvers characters - they progressed through the various superhero levels. The missions are actually part of an ongoing assignment to create their own superhero story.
Tips for Teaching GPS: The Series Remotely from a Seasoned Science Teacher
Teaching Global Problem Solvers: The Series (GPS: The Series) is an easy, fun way to keep students engaged in STEM. To help you get started, seasoned computer science teacher Visa Thiagarajan shares a few tips for teaching GPS: The Series online.