March is Women’s History Month, and it’s a great time to celebrate women through time who have made a big difference in our world. However, every student is surrounded by women who make a difference in the world today. Here’s how you can encourage students to consider the importance of women’s contributions in their own world!
Each year, on the third Monday of January, we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As we know, Dr. King fought for equal civil rights for all African Americans. But here are some less well-known facts that may provide opportunities for rich discussions and a more in-depth understanding of this heroic man.
Bilingual students do not always have enough opportunities to practice using both languages. As teachers, we cannot lose sight of the role of talk in our classrooms. A classroom rich with language opportunities is a classroom that can offer more opportunities for success for children living and learning in two languages.