We just keep bragging on our clients and collaborators! So, we’ve moved to a bigger page where we shine our spotlight on even more partners!
Each month, we shine our partner spotlight on organizations and partnerships we have supported with our Bluknowledge Consulting Services. We are proud to share their good works with you!
The ARISE Partnership at UC Berkeley
Generously funded by the Hewlett Foundation, the ARISE partnership aims to promote anti-racism while enhancing student agency in their world today. Teachers use science units that address environmental or social justice topics, such as climate change, asthma and air pollution, and data bias during the COVID-19 pandemic. These science units are open education resources, OERs, that promote an integrated understanding of science and encourage commitments to oppose racism and promote equity among teachers and their students. Watch our monthly Partner Spotlight video feature.
Dr. Erika D. Tate currently serves an Advisor to the ARISE Partnership.
Center for STEM Research at Hofstra University
With support from funders like the National Science Foundation and partnerships like the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, the Center for STEM Research has designed and studied WISEngineering activities that blend technology-based and hands-on learning to develop engineering design skills. Watch our monthly Partner Spotlight video feature.
We’ve had the opportunity to collaborate as a design consultant and dissemination partner.
Our favorite collaboration? Bringing Family STEM learning to military families!
Based in Savannah, Georgia, Parent University offers a collaborative community with the goal of supporting families and encouraging the involvement of parents in their children’s education. Responsive to families’ needs and desires, this 20+ year organization offers parent education classes and connects families with community resources. In response to the pandemic, this nimble organization has brought their programming online and is connecting to new families beyond Savannah and across the country. Watch our monthly Partner Spotlight video feature.
Savannah Music Festival’s
Developed in partnership with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, Musical Explorers is a music education curriculum that connects elementary students to diverse musical communities.
This free curriculum teaches musical skills alongside culture and encourages students to reflect on their communities. Students ‘meet’ professional musicians through concerts at the end of each semester. Watch our monthly Partner Spotlight video feature.
We have been honored to evaluate this place-based, experiential music education program for the past several years.