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Explore five of our favorite resources for teaching the Harlem Renaissance this school year.
High school librarian Erica Thorsen offers advice on using social media to connect with students and raise awareness of the library’s collections.
Create a Presidents’ Day Scavenger Hunt for grades 2-12! See an example from Nick Dzendzel, eMediaVA Ambassador.
This year, Friday, January 27th, is designated as International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a day for current and future generations to commemorate the Holocaust.
We all know Sesame Street but have you explored the Sesame Street in Communities collections? Read more to learn how educators are using Sesame Street resources to increase the social and emotional intelligence of young learners.
In this content spotlight, learn how science teacher Carolyn LaRoche uses NOVA Lab interactives, labs, and videos to teach evolution in her Biology class.
Want to teach your students about many different holidays celebrated in the winter? Here are inclusive ways to use media to talk about winter holidays!
Elementary teacher Amanda Knighton shares how she uses music to teach science, social studies, and more.
Did you know there is an ongoing debate on where the first Thanksgiving really took place? Educator Dale Harter shares details.