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"Just about every week, ASHA is alerted to new research and tools that can support the work of PreK-12 practitioners, and those involved in health education and health services programs."
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Photograph: White residents vote by a show of hands in favor of segregation in Delaware schools in 1954.
The NewseumED educational website contains primary sources, historical videos, and other resources that cover media literacy and civics. The site has curated virtual collections and artifacts as well as offering units, lesson plans, and activities. Signing up for a free account provides access to all of their educational resources. Use these materials to teach media literacy, propaganda, debate, fake news, and civics among many other topics.
Check out these brief videos that will provide the perfect author introductions to your students!
"TeachRock is a standards-aligned, arts integration curriculum that uses the history of popular music and culture to help teachers engage students."