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The 'Homework Gap' Persists. Tech Equity Is One Big Reason Why

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A Pew Research Center survey found that lack of access to technology continues to disproportionately affect students of color.

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#CelebrateWithDE: Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

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It's Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month!

Commemorate this annual May celebration that recognizes the rich heritages, cultures, histories, and present-day accomplishments of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) in the United States. This includes people from the Far East, Southeast Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, as well as those who have origins in the Pacific Islands of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. Learn more about Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and familiarize yourself with these diverse cultures through the following DE resources.

Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Channel

All Grade Levels

Learn more about the various cultures and countries that make up the continent of Asia. Explore articles, activities, audiobooks, podcasts, and more that reveal how Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders celebrate their heritage and continue to shape the United States as activists, authors, and changemakers.

Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Student Choice Board

Grades 3-8

Use this Student Choice Board that invites students to learn about and celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage. Students can investigate topics that interest them and then demonstrate their understanding by completing one of the recommended activities.

Find more timely tools and resources with our
May This Month at DE Studio Board!

FIVE: India

Grades K-5

Share this video to show younger students five interesting facts about the country of India, including one about a festival where you paint an elephant from trunk to toe!

Japanese Fairy Tales

Grades 3-8

Listen to a selection of classic fairy tales from Japan, featuring the son of a peach, a cruel stepmother and an enchanted mirror, and a warrior with a mission from the Dragon King! These tales were first translated in 1908 by Yei Theodora Ozaki, based on the Japanese version by Sadanami Sanjin.

Lost World

Grades 6-8, 9-12

Watch this video that illuminates the impacts of sand dredging on Cambodia’s identity, values, and survival, and hear from a Native Cambodian woman who shows how the manufactured removal of land from Cambodia’s coastline threatens to overpower their culture.

The Pacific Islanders Discover Hawaii

Grades 6-8, 9-12

Over 1,400 years ago, the South Pacific Islanders observed the migration of the pacific golden plover. See how the Polynesians followed the flock for over 400 years, and how it eventually led them to the Hawaiian Islands.

Why You Should Be Proud of Your Name

Grades 6-8, 9-12

Share this video that reveals the meaning behind Land of Big Numbers author Te-Ping Chen’s name. In this video, she tells students how she learned to embrace her heritage and how it’s shaped her identity.

Women Like Mulan Didn’t Need to Go to War in Disguise

Grades 6-8, 9-12

Check out this Science News for Students passage that reveals how women in ancient China, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, and Korea fought in wars. Discover how female skeletons show battle scars consistent with fighting injuries, revealing that women likely fought alongside men in ancient times.

Find more May content and holiday resources through our
This Month at DE Studio Board!

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International Student Assessment

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"Being average in reading and science—and below average in math—is not nearly good enough," Secretary Duncan said in response to results from the Program for International Student Assessment.

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A survivor of the Columbine shooting returned to teach at the school

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In this week's StoryCorps, we hear about a student who endured the 1999 shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado, and later returned to the school as a teacher.

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#CelebrateWithDE: Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

We believe in thanking our sources! This post was sourced from the following blog/website: https://blog.discoveryeducation.com/asian-american-pacific-islander-heritage-month-learning-resources/

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It's Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month!

Commemorate this annual May celebration that recognizes the rich heritages, cultures, histories, and present-day accomplishments of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) in the United States. This includes people from the Far East, Southeast Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, as well as those who have origins in the Pacific Islands of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. Learn more about Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and familiarize yourself with these diverse cultures through the following DE resources.

Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Channel

All Grade Levels

Learn more about the various cultures and countries that make up the continent of Asia. Explore articles, activities, audiobooks, podcasts, and more that reveal how Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders celebrate their heritage and continue to shape the United States as activists, authors, and changemakers.

Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Student Choice Board

Grades 3-8

Use this Student Choice Board that invites students to learn about and celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage. Students can investigate topics that interest them and then demonstrate their understanding by completing one of the recommended activities.

Find more timely tools and resources with our
May This Month at DE Studio Board!

FIVE: India

Grades K-5

Share this video to show younger students five interesting facts about the country of India, including one about a festival where you paint an elephant from trunk to toe!

Japanese Fairy Tales

Grades 3-8

Listen to a selection of classic fairy tales from Japan, featuring the son of a peach, a cruel stepmother and an enchanted mirror, and a warrior with a mission from the Dragon King! These tales were first translated in 1908 by Yei Theodora Ozaki, based on the Japanese version by Sadanami Sanjin.

Lost World

Grades 6-8, 9-12

Watch this video that illuminates the impacts of sand dredging on Cambodia’s identity, values, and survival, and hear from a Native Cambodian woman who shows how the manufactured removal of land from Cambodia’s coastline threatens to overpower their culture.

The Pacific Islanders Discover Hawaii

Grades 6-8, 9-12

Over 1,400 years ago, the South Pacific Islanders observed the migration of the pacific golden plover. See how the Polynesians followed the flock for over 400 years, and how it eventually led them to the Hawaiian Islands.

Why You Should Be Proud of Your Name

Grades 6-8, 9-12

Share this video that reveals the meaning behind Land of Big Numbers author Te-Ping Chen’s name. In this video, she tells students how she learned to embrace her heritage and how it’s shaped her identity.

Women Like Mulan Didn’t Need to Go to War in Disguise

Grades 6-8, 9-12

Check out this Science News for Students passage that reveals how women in ancient China, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, and Korea fought in wars. Discover how female skeletons show battle scars consistent with fighting injuries, revealing that women likely fought alongside men in ancient times.

Find more May content and holiday resources through our
This Month at DE Studio Board!

The post #CelebrateWithDE: Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month appeared first on Discovery Education Blog.

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Researchers offer suggestions for how to prevent the next school shooting

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After several high-profile school shootings in recent years, school safety experts have centered on some important measures that communities and politicians can take to protect students.

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Keep Summer Learning Fun

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Summer is supposed to be fun—and summer learning should be, too!

Whether you’re looking for curriculum support, at-home activities for students, or professional learning resources, we’ll help you make this a summer to remember!

Dive In to Ready-to-Use Activities

Kick off summer with the Summer Learning Activities Channel, full of ready-to-use activities that cover a wide range of topics, subjects, and grade levels. There’s sure to be an activity for every learner to chase their curiosity, build knowledge, and practice key skills before back-to-school season.

Explore the Summer of Learning Channel

Check out the Summer of Learning Channel for tons of subject-specific content and engaging at-home resources that get the whole family involved! If you need to focus on extending your own learning over the summer, we have a variety of on-demand eLearning opportunities—so you can complete them by the pool!

Whatever your summer learning plans,
you’ll find exactly what you need in DE!

Take a Virtual Field Trip

Take students to a far-off destination without ever leaving the home or classroom! Virtual Field Trips are wonderful ways to keep students engaged in summer learning, no matter where they are, while introducing new places and interests. Find our full collection in the Virtual Field Trips Channel or get started with a few of our recent Virtual Field Trips below.

Living with Polar Bears

Grades 3-5, 6-8

Roam with the polar bears and discover more about these majestic creatures, their unique traits, and how living among them presents real challenges as well as rewarding opportunities.

Operation Build It

Grades 6-8, 9-12

Give students the tools to make things happen in their everyday lives. Join super-skilled DIYers and learn how to set up a workshop anywhere to tackle real challenges and passions.

Sustainable Futures

Grades 5-10

Encourage students to explore the possibilities of a sustainable future and inspire them to think big when challenging what’s possible and creating a lasting, positive impact.

Kickstart summer learning the right way
by exploring all of these exciting resources today!

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Las Vegas struggles with rising violence in schools

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The nation's fifth largest school district has seen a jump in violent incidents since returning from 15 months of virtual-only classes.

(Image credit: Kirk Siegler/NPR)

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A nonspeaking valedictorian with autism gives her college's commencement speech

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"God gave you a voice. Use it," Elizabeth Bonker told her fellow graduates. "And no, the irony of a nonspeaking autistic encouraging you to use your voice is not lost on me."

A computer keyboard "unlocked my mind from its silent cage," Elizabeth Bonker told her fellow graduates. She urged them to serve others, citing Rollins College's most famous alum: Fred Rogers.

(Image credit: Scott Cook/Rollins College)

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Snap CEO Evan Spiegel and Miranda Kerr paid off art school graduates' student loans

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Snap CEO Evan Spiegel and KORA Organics CEO Miranda Kerr attend a gala in Beverly Hills, Calif., on May 4. The couple surprised graduates of a Los Angeles art school by paying off their student debt.

Spiegel and Kerr, who have been married since 2017, gave the commencement speech and got honorary degrees from Otis College of Art and Design. Then they surprised graduates with a gift of their own.

(Image credit: David Livingston/Getty Images)

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