April is Autism Awareness Month. Recently, we have been hearing more and more about autism and our understanding of how it can affect children, their parents, teachers, and schools. But autism is a wide spectrum and there are things we still don’t understand about it, which is why it is so...
Easter is a special holiday for families and a lot of fun for children. In schools, children enjoy Easter-themed arts and crafts classes, egg hunts, and other fun games and activities. But at its core, Easter is a religious celebration with a long history and many traditions.
Do you hear that sound? Yes, it’s the sound of music in your school, because March is the month where music is celebrated in schools all over the world.
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Water is an essential element for human health, all living things, and our environment. On the 22nd of March, we celebrate World Water Day, an annual observance that underlines the importance of fresh water.
Are you excited about the CUE (Computer-Using Educators) conference coming up this spring? We sure are!
In a survey by Scholastic and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Primary Sources: America’s Teachers on Teaching in an Era of Change, it is stated, between others, that teachers in the USA lack quality instructional materials and they have little to no time for preparing activities aligned to...
Grammar is an essential element of communication that affects the meaning and clarity of a message. To promote teaching and learning proper grammar, in 2008, Martha Brockenbrough, the author of “Things That Make Us [Sic]” and founder of the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar (SPOGG),...
Black History Month is an annual observance happening each February and it remembers essential events and people in the history of the African American community.