Round Two–Fight! Remember that Nintendo game, Street Fighter? My friends and I went back to school this year thinking we’d landed a knockout with those vaccinations. Nope. That was just the end of Round One.
Back in May, I sent a bunch of teachers a questionnaire about their takeaways from teaching in a pandemic. When I sent it, I was thinking, “This was a thing we did and now we’re moving on.” Something we’ve since learned isn’t quite true.
But I’m glad I sent the questionnaire and grateful they responded. The results and lessons learned are in this post.
Today’s $2 deals on teaching resources at Sun Sand and Savings. I’ve got some econ and sociology deals today! Check out the deals HERE!
Sun Sand and Savings is all about digital activities today with dollar deals. Be sure to grab these digital interactive Civil Rights Task Cards for just $1 by clicking HERE!
I LOVE the Active Learning Pack I’m offering for $2 today only in the Sun Sand and Savings Sale. It’s literally my go-to all year for lectures and readings. It really forces students to engage with the material! You can grab it by clicking HERE!
It’s the last day of the Sun, Sand, and Savings Digital Resource Sale. These $1 deals won’t come back for another year. See what’s on sale here: Click Here! There’s lots of great stuff! I’ve got my Holocaust Video Webquest and Sociology and Socialization Activities for just $1 to help you with digital learning.
It’s $2 Tuesday! See what’s on sale here: Click Here! I’ve got an activity that helps students explore the origin of racist ideas in America and a PowerPoint review game for just $2!
We can’t discuss equity in the classroom without addressing racism. I get personal in this post, discuss my own shortcomings, and offer five ways to work toward racial equity. Click Here for more.
Sun Sand and Savings is in its final week with $1 deals today only! See what’s on sale by clicking HERE. My dollar resources today help students explore two complex issues–race and globalization.
Do you feel like you’re teaching in uncertain times? You’re not alone. But there are certain things that will always be certain. Like–your students need you to be there for them. Click here to find out how to do that with Culturally Responsive Teaching in Any Setting.