March 14th (3/14) is recognized as the day to celebrate Pi! Whether you are looking for activities to conduct in the classroom, special Pi day gear, or a unique video to highlight the occasion, keep reading for a plethora of Pi Day fun!
Welcome to Canada, and its companion lesson plan, “A Refugee’s Story,” encourages students to explore the impact of immigration as well as the themes of cultural displacement, human rights, and resilience.
What I failed to fully recognize until this point was that despite my own knowledge about religious literacy – religions are internally diverse; religions evolve and change over time as opposed to being ahistorical and static; religious influences are embedded in all dimensions of culture – I hadn't communicated this very well to my students.
It’s 3:00 PM. Wednesday, November 9th. The school day is over and so, too, the 2016 presidential election . . . and that means for my students and me, no more Election Wednesdays.
What did my students think of it all?
In this post, high school social studies teacher Peter Paccone wonders whether his students view the behavior of adults in this election year much like children might typically view their parents going through an ugly divorce. Here, he lays out his strategy to teaching the election under these challenging circumstances.