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Student News Net 

Student News Net, SNN, is blazing a trail in instructional technology defining best practices and how social media can evolve to social learning. Founded by an educator with classroom teaching experience, SNN had its origin from 1999-2003 as a student news section within a major broadcast network's website. SNN has been continuously produced as an independent site since 2003. SNN today has the same two areas of focus it had in 2003 to: 1) motivate students to learn through offering compelling, relevant, and original content tightly aligned to proven principles of learning and curricular goals/standards, and 2) research and publish content to support students’ quest to identify successful career paths. With over 15 years of experience producing digital content and an in-depth study of educational technology, Judith Stanford Miller, M.Ed, M.A., SNN founder, is leading the charge to leverage technology as both a motivator and mediator for meaningful learning.

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CDC confident Ebola will be contained in US
  • Personal and Community Health
  • High School
This lesson plan includes a news story on Ebola in the US, the outbreak in West Africa, and a student activity to support development of graphing...
Answering students' questions about Ebola
On Friday, Oct. 24, Student News Net had Dr. Eden Wells, MD, MPH, clinical associate professor of epidemiology, School of Public Health at the...
Super Bowl XLIX footballs
  • Multiple Subjects
  • Middle School
This resource is a story on Student News Net's 2015 visit to the Wilson Sporting Goods football factory where all Super Bowl footballs are made by...
GRAMMY Foundation announces Music Educator Award
  • Key Ideas and Details
  • MS, HS
This resource is a current event informational text story on Jared Cassedy, a music teacher at Windham High School in Windham, New Hampshire. From...
Hungry Pests pose pesky problem
  • Ecology
  • Middle School
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA-APHIS) has developed a new middle school curriculum covering 18...
D-Day Veteran: Don Jakeway
  • US History
  • MS, HS
Read this profile on D-Day veteran Don Jakeaway and learn about his experiences in World War 2.