Exploring Ancient Civilizations with Interactive Resources

Looking for resources to make geography or world history classes more accessible and interactive when you return to the classroom? Check out the resources below, which […]

Some solid YouTube sites and channels for education and how to watch them safely

Best YouTube Sites and Channels for Education — from techlearning.com by Diana Restifo Take advantage of the fantastic free educational videos YouTube provides. Excerpt: How […]

Digital Resources for Juneteenth Day

Saturday, June 19th, is Juneteenth Day, a commemoration of the freeing of slaves in the United States. Signed into law in 2021 and first observed […]

Exploring Ancient Rome with Free, Interactive Resources

The history of ancient societies can help us understand our world today. That is, after all, one of the goals of history and social studies […]

What might the corporate world and our society in the U.S. learn from 2 Chronicles Chapter 10?

2 Chronicles 10 (NIV) — from biblegateway.com (emphasis DSC) Excerpt: 10 Rehoboam went to Shechem, for all Israel had gone there to make him king. 2 When Jeroboam son […]

Celebrate Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, a time dedicated to reflecting on the history and contributions of Americans of Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) backgrounds. […]

History of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) [boia.org]

History of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) –from boia.org Excerpt: What is WCAG? WCAG is a set of specific standards designed to make the […]

EAL: History / Geography reviews

Here’s another insight into day-to-day EAL planning. Usual disclaimer on the look of the resources – time restraints, okay?! History and Geography were tough for […]

Medal of Honor VR Game Makes History with Oscar Nomination

Digital Bodies In a groundbreaking first for VR games, Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond made history with the development of the Oscar-nominated documentary short […]

EAL: Choosing and using sources (History)

My last post was a quick insight into my day-to-day planning for EAL in Primary. Here’s a day-to-day snippet from Secondary. I mainly work in […]

Reflections on “5 Ways to Marry Higher Ed to Work” [Schaffhauser]

5 Ways to Marry Higher Ed to Work — from campustechnology.com by Dian Schaffhauser Excerpts: Treat employers as customers. Move beyond the idea of the […]

The History of the School Library

This post is part of a series celebrating National Library Week. Learn more about NLW events, activities, and resources here. Mary Kingsbury was the United […]

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