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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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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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A small, growing group of survivors advises school leaders after mass shootings

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Columbine Principal Frank DeAngelis listens to his students, survivors of the shooting, in April 2019 as he attends "Columbine 20 Years Later: A Faith-based Remembrance Service" at Waterstone Community Church in Littleton, Colo. A dozen students and one teacher were massacred by two heavily armed students.

Frank DeAngelis was principal at Columbine High School in Colorado when 12 students and a teacher were killed there. He helps lead a group that offers aid and a sounding board after each fresh attack.

(Image credit: Joe Amon/AFP via Getty Images)

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4 Shifts Protocol sessions at InnEdCO 2022

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InnEdCO 2022This year there are not one… not two… but THREE 4 Shifts Protocol sessions at the annual InnEdCO conference!

I do a basic introductory workshop on Monday. Gina and Robbi have created a fabulous workshop and I can’t wait to see their session in action on Tuesday. Then I will try and extend all of this work even further during my Wednesday workshop. Descriptions are below…

 

Monday, June 13

Redesigning for deeper learning and student engagement [2-hour workshop]
Scott McLeod

Many schools have created future-ready vision statements and college- and career-ready profiles of a graduate. But most schools still are struggling to transition their day-to-day classroom instruction to include more critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, and other ‘future-ready’ student competencies in ways that are substantive, meaningful, and aligned to those vision statements and graduate profiles.

This workshop focuses on how to redesign classroom instruction for future-ready learning. We will use the free 4 Shifts Protocol to redesign lessons, units, and other instructional activities together for deeper learning, greater student agency, more authentic work, and rich technology infusion. The protocol contains concrete, specific ‘look fors’ and ‘think abouts’ that allow educators, coaches, and instructional leaders to shift students’ instructional work in deeper, more robust directions. The protocol is a useful complement to SAMR, TPACK, Triple E, and other frameworks that schools may be using, and also is an excellent capacity-building bridge to more complex inquiry and PBL projects.

This active, hands-on workshop is intended for teachers, instructional / technology coaches, and school leaders who are prepared to roll up their sleeves and dive into this important instructional redesign work!

 

Tuesday, June 14

A permanent pivot: [Re]design your lessons [2-hour workshop]
Gina Francalancia-Cancienne & Robbi Makely

This session incorporates Dr. Scott McLeod’s 4 Shifts Protocol and is designed to introduce teachers to practical skills to (re)design lessons focusing on deeper learning, greater student agency, more authentic work, and rich technology infusion. Teachers will learn to recognize the four shifts, evaluate ways to personalize the four shifts, (re)design a lesson, and use the four shifts to permanently pivot to incorporating the shifts into future.

This session is targeted for teachers PK-12, special education, literacy programs, gifted and talented classrooms, instructional coaches, and administrators.

 

Wednesday, June 15

Using blended learning structures to facilitate deeper learning [2-hour workshop]
Scott McLeod

New technologies give us new possibilities. In this workshop we will identify several different blended learning structures and how they might be used to facilitate students’ deeper learning, greater student agency, and more authentic, real world work. Station rotations, genius hours, flipped classrooms, flex models, and other blended learning strategies can create powerful pathways for our children. Bring a computer and come prepared to roll up your sleeves and engage in some active (re)design discussions!

This active, hands-on workshop is intended for teachers, instructional / technology coaches, and school leaders who are prepared to roll up their sleeves and dive into this important instructional redesign work!

 

Hope you’ll join us for one or all of these sessions!

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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/

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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#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/

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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How the arts can help children think about gun violence

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When Black Boys Die, a gunplay written and directed by William Electric Black.

The former Sesame Street writer is working with the NYPD to create a small pilot program on gun violence at an elementary school in East Harlem.

(Image credit: Jonathan Slaff )

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Books I read in April 2022

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Equity Centered Trauma Informed EducationBooks I finished reading (or rereading) in April 2022…

I finished all 15 books of The Wheel of Time series (again). Whew!

Equity-Centered Trauma-Informed Education is another incredibly strong contender for best book I’ll read in 2022. I learned a LOT.

Hope you’re reading something fun too!

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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/

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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