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Lia Thomas nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year

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Lia Thomas was nominated for the 2022 NCAA Woman of the Year award by the University of Pennsylvania. In March, Thomas became the first transgender NCAA champion in Division 1 history.

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Florida Gov. DeSantis takes aim at what he sees as indoctrination in schools

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Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed bills that limit how race and sexual orientation can be taught. He says students have been getting a "distorted" view of history.

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What are you hiring for?

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I completed a reference check for one of my former students today. They were applying for a teaching job. These are the check boxes that I had to complete:

Hiring criteria

Clearly this school district is NOT hiring for innovation…

What are you hiring for? What messages are you sending your applicants?

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Get a Strong Start to the New School Year

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Get insights and actions from Education Week journalists and expert guests on how to start the new school year on strong footing.

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Life Kit: Activism doesn't have to be intimidating

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These days there are plenty of causes that may call you to action. NPR's Life Kit provides different view on what it means to be an activist.

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6 things we've learned about how the pandemic disrupted learning

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Covid testing in schools as a bridge to getting back in the classroom.

As a third pandemic school year draws to a close, new research offers the clearest accounting yet of the pandemic's academic toll.

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Books I read in May 2022

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Street DataBooks I finished reading (or rereading) in May 2022…

I really enjoyed Street Data. It’s an introduction to qualitative / action research in education with a strong equity lens. I highly recommend it!

Hope you’re reading something fun too!

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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!

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

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Get a Very Early Start on Teaching Coding Skills. Pilot Study Suggests Trying Robotic Toys

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The study found that coding exercises enhanced the preschoolers’ problem-solving skills, creativity, and determination.

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#CelebrateWithDE: Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

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The following is a new blog post related to education and teaching and relevant to our website visitors. The blog post is not based on the opinions or values of our company but is related to education and teaching, so we wanted to share it with YOU! If you ever have any questions please let us know. Now… on to the post!

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.

Time To Teach reviews each blog post by our contributors but if you feel this is a blog post better suited for another page please let us know. Teachers and Educators are our heroes. We want to thank you for the work you do! Yours In Education! Time To Teach

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