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Creativity and Curiosity: Universal Keys to Engaged Learning

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Demystifying College Admission

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How can parents ensure their kids make friends that will help them flourish and grow? Choose the right environment.

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EXPLO Welcomes Adam Newman, Jon Chang to Board of Trustees

NORWOOD, MASS., Feb. 7, 2019 – EXPLO is pleased to announce the election of two new Trustees, Adam Newman and Jon Chang, each unanimously approved by the Board of Trustees. Newman is the founding partner of Tyton Partners, and Chang is an expert in digital, growth, and product marketing, currently...

Becoming A Multipotentialite| Weekly Edventure #8

 
This Weekly Edventure is dedicated to everyone that, when asked the question, "What do you want to be when you grow up?", spiraled into existential dread not knowing exactly what to say. For those who ask themselves this same question at five, fifteen, thirty, and fifty, and still find...

Ben Grubner: EXPLO Gave Me My Life as I Know It

Ben Grubner has done quite a few remarkable things for his age. For starters, the Bard College senior has learned four languages, began college at age 16, and studied abroad for a year in Prague. But if you ask him what experience has influenced him the most, he won’t hesitate to tell you that it’s...

Real-World Marketing Project with PEZ Sweetens Summer Learning

At EXPLO, we work to give students real-world experience wherever possible, allowing them to take the skills they gain in our courses and apply them to authentic projects similar to scenarios they could encounter out in the world.


Bioengineering for Girls Program Pushes Access and Mentorship

According to the Census Bureau's American Community Survey, women comprise 48 percent of the U.S. workforce — but just 24 percent of workers in STEM fields.


A Case for Making: The Roots of Learning

In a lot of ways, Making, rather than being the hot new educational thing, is really the traditional way we learn. “Book learning” was the disruptive, radical technology — a kind of New Math before there was New Math.

Akeela Marin, Internationally-Awarded Public Speaker On The Art of Listening

Growing up, we are constantly encouraged to expand our vocabulary. We look up words we don’t know and practice implementing them in our everyday jargon. For me, it’s fun. It feels exciting to have more “tools” to use when participating in conversation or debate with someone.


At Catholic Memorial School, Critical Making Prepares Kids For A Future Not Yet Invented

With today’s high school students graduating into a world shaped by the Fourth Industrial Revolution — a post-digital age that is blurring the boundaries of traditional technologies, producing information far faster than it can be consumed, and disrupting every industry in every country around the...

EXPLO to Speak at Leading International Education Conference

NORWOOD, MASS., Jan. 15, 2019 – EXPLO President Moira Kelly and Creative Director Dave Hamilton will present at the Education World Forum, the world’s largest gathering of education ministers held January 20-23 in London.

Delaware-area Summer Camps Thrive Under Expert Guidance From Industry Leader

In November 2014, summer camp administrators from five urban camps in Wilmington, Delaware entered the Exploration Center — EXPLO’s headquarters in Massachusetts — for three days of intensive professional development to learn EXPLO’s methods. If EXPLO was the best in the game, could they take that...