Looking to incorporate women’s stories that encourage students into your curriculum? These three stories can be used to inspire students across all secondary classrooms just in time for Women’s History Month in March and beyond.
Whether you are having your child learn from home through Zoom or braving the world of homeschooling, fostering a love of reading and writing in them can be difficult. Without previous training in education or in English Language Arts instruction, many parents find themselves confused and frustrated.
*Note: First appeared on Quail Bell Magazine June 28th, 2015. Image by Andi Chrisman. The Secret Life of Bees is a favorite among book clubs and English classes for its themes of motherhood, spirituality, and racial tension during the Civil Rights Era. But the book also addresses problems we still see today: hidden biases. Though […]
Note: First appeared on Quail Bell Magazine April 1st, 2015 in honor of National Women’s Month, as well as GirlSense and Nonsense, MCXV, and in Her Plumage: An anthology of women’s writing from Quail Bell Magazine. It was 1942. Sophie Scholl was a student at the University of Munich when Adolf Hitler brought Germany to ruin. She, like most […]
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