Society has come a long way in terms of becoming socially aware and accepting of all people, however we still have a ways to go. Educating ourselves and others on different backgrounds and cultures is key to accelerating awareness, understanding, and acceptance in and outside of the classroom.
As each holiday nears, there's always a bit of a scramble to find simple but meaningful ways to celebrate it with your students. With limited time and resources, what can you do this Valentine’s Day that's quick and easy but also meaningful and memorable? Here are four highly doable ideas to try!
It's that time of year when kids are looking forward to winter break, presents, and fun. But how about evolving a sense of gratitude and service? What better time of year to be thankful and give back to the larger community? How do we do that? Here are three easy ways to help students learn the value of service to the community.
It's National Bullying Prevention Month, and recent statistics show that one in three kids is bullied at school. What can you do to help prevent bullying and help to manage its effects? Here are five activities you can start doing in the classroom today to address the issue of bullying.
What does early childhood education mean to you? How do you balance the rigor and expectations of today’s standards with meeting the individual needs of children? Here’s one teacher and mother’s perspective.