Virtual Field Trips for Presidents Day

The holiday commonly known as Presidents Day honors the birth of U.S. presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Throughout the United States, it’s commemorated on […]

Digital Valentine’s Day Activities

You would think after all these years at TCEA I would have written a blog about this February holiday, but that would be a no. […]

Sharing Virtual Valentine’s Cards

If your students are still learning remotely, it may be a little bit harder for them to celebrate Valentine’s Day as a class. But luckily, […]

TCEA 2021 Thought Leader Dr. Kate Biberdorf

Dr. Kate Biberdorf (aka Kate the Chemist) is a chemist, science entertainer, and professor. From talk shows to the classroom, she shares her love of […]

Today Is National Freedom Day

The central document of the U.S. government, the Constitution, does not require the approval of the president in order to be amended. One amendment, however, […]

TCEA 2021 Thought Leader Hamish Brewer

Not your typical principal. That’s how many describe Hamish Brewer, the relentless, tattooed, skateboarding principal from Virginia by way of New Zealand. As a Featured […]

Black History Month Resources

Each February, schools, civic institutions, theaters, museums, and more dedicate themselves to telling the stories of African Americans in the U.S. Known formally as African […]

TCEA 2021 Thought Leader Claudio Zavala

It takes creativity to overcome obstacles. Just ask Claudio Zavala, Jr. He’s a creative media consultant, Digital Designer at Burleson ISD, YouTuber, photographer, graphic designer, […]

Happy National Puzzle Day!

Today is National Puzzle Day. Oh, happy day! What, you didn’t know every January 29th is the day to celebrate National Puzzle Day? That’s okay; […]

How Charles Dickens Saw America

On January 22, 1842, famed British author Charles Dickens, whose stories of life in Victorian England continue to capture the imagination of readers worldwide, arrived […]

TCEA 2021 Thought Leader Bonnie St. John

Bonnie St. John knows a thing or two about resilience. At age five, her right leg was amputated. But that didn’t stop her from becoming […]

Teaching and Celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

In the pantheon of individuals who have immediate name recognition in the United States, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is surely among the […]

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