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November 2016 
At Moss, we love engaging with the educators we work with! You seem to have boundless energy and an innate passion seeing your students succeed. Besides being part of the student's cheering section, you are also their biggest advocate. You know that success after they leave your classroom is just as important to you as the grade they earn this semester. Because of this, we work hard to provide the tools you need to make this a reality. 

Whether your students are headed for college or career, we're here every step of the way with curriculum or training certifications. Check out our blog posts (below) for inspiration. 

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In this month of thanks, we'd like to express our appreciation to you. You make our jobs challenging, but very rewarding! We're thankful for the opportunity to play a small part in your classroom. Thank you!

Julie Eastridge, Editor
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Blog Posts
STEM Expeditions - A Sample Lesson - Your STEM curriculum is getting an update: Expeditions is available for your classroom! Check out a sample lesson plan in a blog post you may have missed. [Video]

Integrate 3D Printing into STEM Curriculum - Would you like to use 3D printing in your classroom, but not sure how it "fits"? We have 10 ideas for you - which can supplement or be combined to create a 3D printing unit. Stock up on filament - these will be a hit with students! [Download Available]

K-12 CTE
Industry Recognized Certifications - In High School! - When high schools connect with local business when choose curriculum, it can have a long lasting affect on local industry. [Video]

How do you Attract Non-Traditional Students - Are you struggling to attract students to your Career and Technical Education programs? Look past the "usual suspects" and diversify your program with these tips. [Article]

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eLearning Spotlight: Amatrol Certification Programs
Are you looking to provide students avenues to explore potential career paths, while giving a chance to certify their skills? Amatrol provides industry standard learning opportunities - at affordable prices for K-12 education:
Amatrol offers both traditional equipment based labs as well as virtual labs. While designed for self-paced learning, Amatrol's learning programs are equally effective in traditional classroom settings. All of Amatrol's learning programs allow students to fully experience the rewards of hands-on, applied technical learning.
In the News 
Career and technical education prepares students for a global economy, CTE Director Javier Saenz writes in this commentary. He shares four ways such programs help students after they leave the classroom.

Researchers from George Washington University, George Mason University and SRI International have compiled a list of 14 essential components of science, technology, engineering and math education. Components include partnerships with business and industry and integrated technology use.

Women earn fewer than 1 out of 5 science, technology, engineering and math-related patents awarded by the US Patent and Trademark Office, up from 3% in 1977. PTO Director Michelle Lee and female inventors at major companies including IBM are working to inspire more girls to create and innovate through early exposure to STEM education.

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