National Hispanic Heritage Month will be observed this year from September 15th through October 15th. Events will be held at the Library of Congress, the National Gallery of Art, in National Parks, at the Smithsonian Institution and elsewhere.
If you are a Hispanic American, a Hispanic-American educator, a student, or a teacher whose classroom is home to Hispanic-American students, you will want to follow these events this month. Read more
After a year of remote learning during a year of Covid-19, it will come as no surprise that some students are going to find it difficult to go back into classrooms this year.
Some teachers have decided that one way to help students make that transition is to give them opportunities to process the experience of the last year by journaling, creating videos, and engaging in other forms of creative self-expression. Read more
Teachers have always had a lot of people and processes to monitor and manage. Now that some or all students are returning to classrooms, the managerial side of teaching has become more complicated than ever before. If you are a teacher today, you need to know which students are continuing to take classes remotely, which classes they are taking, which lesson units they have completed, and more.
So like many teachers, you are probably wondering whether this would be a good time to invest in classroom-management software. Read more
Last week in Sutter Creek, California, an elementary school teacher was attacked and beaten by a father who became incensed when he arrived at school and saw that his daughter was wearing a face mask. Actually, the story was a bit more complicated than that. When he saw his daughter was wearing a mask, he started an argument with the school’s principal. When that argument became heated, a male teacher at the school intervened and was beaten so badly by the father that he went to the emergency room for care. Read more