August 19, 2018
Women's Equality Day Resources
Women's Equality Day, celebrated August 26, reminds us of the power and importance of the 19th amendment, which gives women the right to ROCK the vote! Uncover primary resources, articles, videos, and more spotlighting women — past and present — who have empowered, risen, and inspired!
Create a Project: Honor Your Favorite Female!
Try this project idea trio to highlight the contributions of your favorite female (whether popular or unsung). Find tools to create videos, presentations, and newspaper headlines.
Visit Museums to Learn More About Powerful Females
Explore some of the best exhibits available related to the contributions of women. Most of these exhibits are ideal for secondary students, but elementary teachers can also find powerful, historic information and images to share.
This Week at TeachersFirst
With our OK2Ask® summer sessions now behind us, use this week to view our edtech-focused session archives. Visit our blog — Infusing Technology — to learn 3 practical ideas for creating a positive classroom environment! We'd also love to hear your ideas about women's rights on our weekly poll.
Catch up with OK2Ask
As you gear up for a new school year, find inspiration in our OK2Ask virtual workshop archives! Learn an eclectic medley of topics on your own time, including Google Forms, Padlet, ELLs, and much more.
Conduct when faced with adversity
Did you know that August also marks Win With Civility Month? Get in the spirit of civility with three practical ideas for creating a positive classroom environment!
Is the 19th Amendment taught in your school? When do they start to teach about the amendment? Or is it woven in all grades and subjects? Share your thoughts on our weekly poll and read the poll results of others.
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