Educator Kristen Strickland shares her favorite FREE digital resources for PreK-12 educators!
Register now for our spring webinar series, with relevant and engagement training topics in March and April!
Educator Tammy Byram shares practical ideas for integrating Youth Art Month into your classroom, library, and school.
March is Music in Our Schools Months. Around the country, music educators and students celebrate and explore the lasting impact music has on our lives.
As Women’s History Month approaches, teachers begin thinking about what notable women they can introduce to their students. Here are some of the less touted Virginia women your students should know.
Women are the embodiment of strength, resilience, and innovation! History is full of female movers and shakers, of the brave and brilliant. Here are 6 of our favorite resources for Women’s History Month.
Create a Presidents’ Day Scavenger Hunt for grades 2-12! See an example from Nick Dzendzel, eMediaVA Ambassador.
Enhance engagement in your classroom and libraries with 20% Time! Get started with advice from educator Kristen Strickland.
We all learned history in different ways. No matter what level of education, your knowledge of history can be based upon certain perspectives that have been presented to you in your learning.
This week, January 24-28, 2022, is National News Literacy Week. Learn more about the resources available from the News Literacy Project.