The latest from the silvertooth team

In the Classroom: Electronics

After school, on March 16 2017, students from TechBoston Academy’s high school had the opportunity to learn to solder electronics while applying this skill to a real-world situation.

Student Reflection: Geraldine Bogard

Geraldine Bogard, a freshman at Brandeis University, is excited about her future. “I think about it all the time. My main idea is to study education and business. I look forward to my internship. I’m really looking forward to running a non-profit organization in Haiti,” says the 19 year old.


TBA Students put Civics into Action

Beatrice Valmyr, Jean Joseph and Wickenson Dieuville from the Civics in Action class pictured working with the Holmes Elementary School student council in developing their new school website.


Suffolk Care Mock Interviews in the BSA Bear Zone

This week’s Life Skill Lesson involved Suffolk Cares coming to the Zone to participate in mock interviews for the intramural soccer team. It was an amazing day as it reminded us why we do the things we do. The students were amazing and the volunteers from Suffolk were very impressed with the students they interviewed.

Each student sat with a Suffolk Care employee and were critiqued on their performance based on a rubric. After the mock interviews were finished, we went around as a group to get and give feedback to and from the students and volunteers.

We could not have been more happy and proud to see the two worlds come together to give the students (some who have never experienced an interview before) a relative and realistic look and feel of what to expect in their near future.

TBA launches new personalized math curriculum

Boston Public Schools launched a partnership Thursday with a national education nonprofit to bring a personalized math program to one Dorchester school.

Under the program, middle-school students at TechBoston Academy will be assigned daily to one of nine instructional approaches in math, based on their performance the previous day. Read article >>

Teacher Provides Life-Saving Lesson For Former Student

The relationship between a teacher and student can transcend the classroom. In Boston, one educator is giving a former student with end-stage kidney disease a chance at a normal life. More information on kidney donations and organ donations can be found via the links.

Source: NECN