Posted on: May 14th, 2018

Build Your Students’ Confidence and Self-Esteem through Debate

Growing up is hard to do. Or so the saying goes. But it is true. With all the societal pressures and demands that can be placed on students these days it's easy to become overwhelmed. While all...

Posted on: April 17th, 2018

The Best Entrepreneurship Competitions for K-12 Students

Do your students have a mind for business? A potentially awesome idea for a startup? Maybe they just want to learn how to take on marketing campaigns, go through a product design process, or bulk...

Posted on: April 10th, 2018

How competitions can help students train their imaginations, and change the future.

Ask any football player, and he’ll tell you that he had sat in his locker before a game and imagined himself making the big play. There isn’t a pitcher alive that hasn’t imagined himself...

Posted on: March 24th, 2018

Build communication skills with these competitions

From the days when humans sat around ancient campfires and told tales of their hunts up until today when we tweet our lives in 140 characters, the art of storytelling has been intricately woven...

Posted on: March 12th, 2018

Teach Creativity to Enhance Problem-Solving Skills

The formal reason for sending our students to school every fall is to help them receive a good education and set them up for success in their future careers. In the past, a good education has...

Posted on: March 1st, 2018

Use Academic Competitions to Develop Agency in Your Students

Developing agency, the ability to become a self-starter and act independently, is a common theme in sports. A coach can teach a wide receiver how to run routes, but the coach can’t make him run...