Teacher Resource Page

 Episode 1: Using the Digital Learning Toolkit

 Episode 2: Student-Centered Learning

 Episode 3: Student Engagement

 Episode 4: Check for Understanding

 Episode 5: Differentiation

 Episode 6: Digital Citizenship

 Episode 7: Related Arts

 Episode 8: Assessment 

 Episode 9: Early Learning

 

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Inspire

Top INSPIRE Databases for Assisting Students
Beth Yates from the Indiana State Library demonstrates INSPIRE resources available to all Indiana schools and students.



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9/11 20th Anniversary

February 19 is  the Day of Remembrance, for
Japanese Americans. It the anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066.

Primary sources and teacher guide to help students understand this time in American History.
Titles of books written about that time, fiction and narrative nonfiction.
There are many more titles not listed here.
FAREWELL TO MANZANAR BY JEANNE WAKATSUKI HOUSTON & JAMES D. HOUSTON
THE LITTLE EXILE BY JEANETTE ARAKAWA
MANZANAR TO MOUNT WHITNEY BY HANK UMEMOTO
WE ARE NOT FREE BY TRACI CHEE

February is……

Digital Learning Day is February 25, 2021.

ChineseNewYear-Year of the OXLots of fun things to learn and talk about.
What animal are you?

Library of Congress : Black History Month

Rosa Parks

Watch history as it is happening!

Your guide to the 2021 Presidential Inauguration

Have your students write their own inauguration speech.

 

Inauguration Day Activities

Teach about the Presidential Inauguration and how it has changed over time with our recommended activities and background resources. Multi-aged activities included. Primary sources.

 

 

Rightfully Hers

The National Archives and the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission have provided a number of resources for that teachable moment in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment.

Rightfully Hers stories

Women’s Rights

Women’s Rights primary sources

 

19th Amendment and more…

19th Amendment primary source documents

Women’s Suffrage

Voices remembering slavery

 

Newspapers in Education

The Learning Network/New York Times

National Digital Newspaper Program

Historic American Newspapers

Chicago Tribune/News in Education

S.T.E.M. Opportunities for Students

NASA Materials for the Classroom

Digital Citizenship

Edtech tools reviews

AASL Best Digital Tools for Teaching & Learning

A collection of engaging resources that bring books to life.           228,008 resources for children and young adult books

 

Earth Science Week Toolkit for Educators and Students

 

Election Education Resources

 

Includes many lesson plans and monthly calendars of activities. Provided by the International Literacy Foundation and National Council of Teachers of English.

  Teaching Books allows you to easily create and share a comprehensive collection of audio, video, and digital resources that personalize connections to the very books in your booklists, syllabi, or reading programs with our Booklist & Collection Analysis Toolkit.

November is Native Heritage Month

Resources available for teachers from the National Park Services, National Gallery of Art,  Library of Congress, National Archives and much more. Check it out!

Use the loc.gov link to see what else is happening at the Library of Congress. Carla Hayden, Librarian of Congress .