"Nevertheless She Persisted" is the 2018 theme for National Women's History Month. Find out why March was determined to be National Women's History Month, and who is honored to be the 2018 Women's History Honorees. Research past honorees as well as the history of the women's rights movement. Test your knowledge by completing quizzes over several topics concerning women's achievements. These quizzes could be a great scavenger hunt for students to complete!
Get on the grid and celebrate the brave suffragette, Susan B. Anthony. Learn all about her life and her efforts to win voting rights for women. Learn how Susan got into trouble, her early training, casting her ballot, and her subsequent arrest and trial.
Welcome to 2018! Check out how we organize our lives in accordance with the sun and stars. Understand the specifics of how calendars were developed through the ages and have a Happy New Year!
Addicted to chocolate? Want to learn a bit more about this luscious plant? Then check out Globio. Chocolate begins as a seed of the tropical cacao tree. It has been a prized taste sensation for more than 2,500 years. Learn more about this tasty treat.
Learn more about the lives of Orville and Wilbur for Wright Brothers. Learn about how the invention of a working airplane came to being. Enjoy lessons, simulations, presentations, activities, and videos connected to Orville and Wilbur's work. Enjoy numerous primary sources that share their early work and demonstrate the complexity of their inventions.
The Women Who Changed a Nation. The Mother of the Civil Rights Movement. These honorable titles are attributed to Rosa Parks. In honor of Rosa Parks Day on 12/1, watch an interview with Rosa Parks as she describes her role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Support materials for teachers are included, such as background information, discussion questions, and a student handout.
November is a month to celebrate the rich and diverse cultures and traditions of Native Americans. With this website you can take a virtual tour of eighteen totem poles along the Totem Trail is Sitka National Historical Park. Click through exhibits and collections from the Library of Congress, the National Archives, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Gallery of Art, the National Park Service, the Smithsonian Institution, and the World Digital Library. Watch videos of Native American speakers, look through teaching resources, and view a collection of images
Who do we depend on around the world for our daily supplies? Set off on a journey to understand how we depend on people around the world for everything we use in our daily lives. Visit with people in many countries to learn about who we rely on for our everyday products.
Title: Political Animals
Summary: Charming political campaign sim mixes data analysis and civics
Pros: Appealing artwork, data-rich statistics, and infinite strategies guarantee replayability.
Cons: High learning curve and no final wrap-up or postmortem to aid learning.
Bottom Line: It's a highly entertaining and surprisingly deep way to help students see the strategy -- as well as ethical choices -- involved in elections.
AARRGGHH. Here's a great pirate site that discusses myths and legends for kids. Get to know several infamous pirates, the treasures they sought, the myths and legends of their voyages. Explore the interactive maps highlighting where the pirates were active and check out the learning activities.
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Valerie Bourbour is a certified educator and past Co-Director of The Academy of Ormond Beach. Ms. Bourbour has experience in online learning platforms and aims for student success.