Hi friends,
Wow, September has flown by hasn’t it?

I know around this time, homework and extracurriculars can be stressful so I’d love to share some platforms for student, learning, engagement, and collaboration that can help!

I have provided a link and brief description for each of the platforms below đŸ„°

Hello World

Hello World agrees that too much talent is often over-looked in current application processes around the world and they want to change that. It is a non-profit that is free for use aiming to notice, develop, and connect the world’s young talent.They design applications that help people to grow and develop so participants emerge 10x more prepared for their next opportunity.

Learn more about Hello World here

6 Crickets

6 Crickets offers “Live online or in-person enrichment classes and camps in STEM, music, dance, drama/theatre, art, languages, public speaking, debate, chess, games, sports, wellness, and more from quality providers”

It is a one stop shop for parents where it’s one log-in and one form for all registrations all while having easy scheduling features and parents’ reviews pages of classes/camps offered.

Learn more about 6Crickets here


Tract is the world’s first peer-to-peer, project-based learning platform that provides kids in grades 3-12 with the information and resources needed to build the skills necessary for adulthood — like creativity, critical thinking, and independence.

The Tract classes they offer go beyond the classroom to expand skills students will need for success in college and beyond! Tract can be used both in home and classroom settings alike.

Learn more about Tract here


Gooru navigator is a GPS for learning, it constructs a personalized path for the user based on their knowledge, skills, and mindsets to reach their learning goals!

Both for students and educators alike, it is the perfect way to “find your path” to success in your personal goals.

Learn more about Gooru here


Wow! New technology amazes me everyday with it’s ability to compliment our schools and lessons. I look forward to seeing if any of you try these platforms as well as let me know how it goes, you can always tweet me @AngelaMaiers.


Until our next newsletter,