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Subject Area Spotlight: Girl Power

Girls and female-gendered people have always contributed to our global history. This week, we're shining our spotlight on stories about, for, and by girls of the world. Just like other groups who…

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Browser Player Update!

You can now access the browser-based player from your mobile device! This means you have the convenience of using the browsing filters and Subject Areas even if you're using your tablet or phone.…

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3 Roads to Resilience

Recent research has been showing us the importance of being resilient. More than just a coping mechanism, resilience is a skill that sets students up for success. Adaptable students are better…

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Pick Your Own

Summer is the season for pick your own fruits and veggies. If you have a garden and a green thumb, maybe you're harvesting the fruits of your own labor. If you're lucky enough to live near a farm…

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Social Justice

Multicultural studies go beyond introducing students to varied perspectives. Teaching students about the amazing diversity of our communities involves telling them the truth about our history and…

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Learning at a Distance

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Summer Sun and Stories

Summer is here and the time is right for stories! Today we're introducing this year's Tales2go Summer Listening Lists. These curated lists feature titles for students at every age and stage, all…

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Listening

Like many of you, we've spent this week listening and learning. We've always believed in the power of listening, and recent events have given us even more opportunities to learn.

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Go With the Flow

We've all experienced it - being so engrossed in a project that time whizzes by. Many researchers have studied this phenomenon called flow. This week, we'd like to make a case for finding your…

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Go (Stuffed) Bear Hunting!

The weather is starting warm up and that has us all itching to get outside. Are you doing regular family walks? Whether you're strolling down sidewalks or country lanes, many more of us are…

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