From Code-Teaching Books to Astronaut Instruction Manuals

By: Jana Pijak - Nov 29, 2015
These November 2015 education trends range from code-teaching kids' books to astronaut instruction manuals that encourage children to achieve the impossible. In addition to innovative children's books and programs that encourage female empowerment in fields like science and engineering, this month's other educational feats include workplace nutrition programs that educate a company's staff members about healthy eating habits in exchange for discounts on meal plans and food products.

More notable examples include female-empowering photography initiatives like Lensational -- a workshop that allows females in developing countries to get creative while building social and communication skills -- along with cheerful children's museums that encourage young generations to experiential art at a young age.

Furtermore, these November 2015 education trends also include playlists curated by first lady Michelle Obama who aims to get the attention of millennials while raising funds for national school organizations.