Girl Power: 5 Powerful Women in Literature

Women in Literature have often faced adversity in the field. When world-known author J.K.Rowling first sought publishers for her Harry...

Celebrating Black History with Children’s Books by Black Authors

While we recognize the daily contributions made by Black Americans, we must celebrate and honor all things Black during February. As an...

Missing Narratives: Uncovering Untold Histories

Imagine being in a bookstore, picking up a book and reading the description in the back. You like what you read, so you decide to read the...

Little Learners Bloom with the Teach Your Way Collection

Growing as a reader. Growing as a writer. Exploring the 5 senses. Understanding spatial skills. These early learning skills are some that...

Using Media for Classroom Learning and FUN

The daily to-do list, the daily news, the daily schedule - how in the world can we as educators be thinking about FUN!? It's the last...

Experimenting and Exploring the Wonders of Nature with Young Learners

As teachers began the 2021 school year, we may have discovered many lapses in our students’ social skills. Without regular access to...

We Are All Digital Citizens

We are all digital citizens! No matter, how much you engage with technology, you are a digital citizen. And it’s our responsibility to...

Launch Your Class to the Moon and Back

31 Ways to Bring Lunar Science into Your Classroom The Moon is a constant celestial companion in classrooms around the world. Lunar...

Making the Classroom Ready for Educational Media

The school year is coming! The school year is coming! As schools across the country are opening for a brand new year, excitement mounts...

POV Watch Club: After Show and Resources | September

Welcome to September’s Back-to-School Special edition of Watch Club! We have highlighted memorable moments from previous Watch Club after...

POV Watch Club: After Show and Resources | August

“Everything that happens in a home…it happens [on the pier] as well.” - Desean, Pier Kids In her autobiography, Assatta...

POV Watch Club: After Show and Resources | July

In his 1963 address, “A Talk to Teachers,” James Baldwin spoke of the responsibilities that educators have in intervening in the world...

7 Ways Teachers & School Leaders Can Support Students in a (Post) Pandemic Year

Shorter days, back-to-school sales, and shopping for new school outfits are all telltale signs that summer is coming to a close, signally...

Tools to Be More Present With Students

Read In my last blog, I introduced the concept of the Window of Tolerance and shared how we all have different windows of tolerance based...

Unlearning: Kindness, Color Blindness and Racism

“Jack is the furthest thing from racist… Shame on you… I’ll defend him and his lovely family to the end of time,” the...

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