Thanks again to the Austin ADL for coming out on Friday to lead us in their A World of Difference training. As an additional support, they’ve shared the following online resources with us:
Books that Matter: The Best Kid Lit on Bias, Diversity and Social Justice
Current Events Classroom lessons are timely and assist in teaching about news topics
This free program from Australia has everything you need: audio guided meditations, teacher guides, and more! You have to register, but it’s quick and easy. They also have programs for individuals and athletes!
How can we tap into children’s natural sense of wonder and curiosity and encourage deeper learning experiences and inspiring play spaces?
This series of suggestions and photographs, inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach, shares how:
Metropolitan Museum of Art releases 400,000 pictures!
Whether you’re looking to examine photos documenting the past with students or print out images for collage, 400,000 is an awful lot of pictures! The Metropolitan Museum of Art recently announced that they are releasing these photos for non-commercial use. Check out the article and a sampling of the awesomeness on the This Is Colossal blog:
Link Spotlight: Mind Shift
Interested in the future of education and learning? MindShift is a blog with a lot of interesting articles on what’s new.
Description: “Launched in 2010 by KQED and NPR, MindShift explores the future of learning in all its dimensions, covering cultural and technology trends, innovations in education, groundbreaking research, education policy, and more. The editor is Tina Barseghian. Get in touch by sending an email to MindShift [at] KQED [dot] org.”