Ed Tech News Roundup: Germs, Gaps, and the Texas Legislature

Howdy, folks! Welcome to another in a series of periodic ed tech news roundups. We hope you enjoy this one, and if you have a […]

Free, Online Resources for Students

In our blog, we often share digital tools and websites for educators to use for teaching and learning. But today, I want to do something […]

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 […]

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 […]

Learning Resources for Memorial Day 2021

This year Memorial Day falls on Monday, May 31 — that’s next Monday! And while many people have a day off, educators may want to […]

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. […]

Simulation Activities That Shape Healthy Adults | Podcast Ep. 85

Dr. Susan Rivers, Executive Director and Chief Scientist of iThrive Games Foundation, talks to the club about the power of simulation activities to help build […]

Advancing Student Voice with Oral History Projects

This post is sponsored by Soundtrap by Spotify. It was originally published here. San Francisco Unified is taking Ethnic Studies to a whole different level, […]

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 […]

Celebrating Native American Heritage Day

In his groundbreaking 1969 book, Custer Died for Your Sins, Standing Rock Sioux historian, theologian, and activist Vine Deloria, Jr. considered the place of Native […]

Free Resources for Veterans Day

In the fall of 1914, it was clear to many that the Great War would end by Christmas. But the conflict we now call World […]

What We Can Learn During Geography Awareness Week

Building a robust and useful understanding of the world around us involves understanding people, both as individuals and as groups, topics we uncover through social […]

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