We’re celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. All of his contributions towards ensuring civil rights for everyone in the community are well worth honoring, and our focus this year will be on actions that can be taken in service to the community. We hope you’ll have wonderful discussions about the
Rediscover SOS Myth Bustin’ and how it helps students develop critical thinking skills as they examine and use evidence to support their claims.
It was the 76th anniversary of the Golden Globes this year! This celebration of film and television is sure to bring excitement and controversy throughout Hollywood and, perhaps, in your classroom. Take this opportunity to turn the spotlight to your students’ talent in videography and storytelling. We’ve selected some resources to spark the creative spirit
Learn ten strategies to promote higher-order thinking skills in your classroom.
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Find out why Peter Panico says putting Spotlight on Strategies together with a centers-based instructional model focused on specific sub-standards and topics within each unit of study has been a “game changer” in his classroom—increasing student engagement, accountability, and comprehension.
We know you’ll miss your students over winter break – but we also know it can be nice to have some time to take a rest and gear up for the new year. During your winter break, give yourself the gift of time to recharge, renew, and learn about resources that could make your 2019
Commemorate the attack on Pearl Harbor by having your students study both the context of the event, the day of the attack, and the United States’ response. Rely on primary source resources such as a President Franklin D. Roosevelt speech and man-on-the-street interviews taken just after the attack. Once students are armed with knowledge about
Learn ten ways to use Spotlight On Strategies to encourage college and career readiness.
Happy Winter Break! And Happy Holidays! This year, we’re featuring resources about a variety of holidays that fall in the winter and encouraging you to give your students the gift of understanding as they learn about holidays they may not celebrate. After they’ve learned about some silly and serious holiday traditions, have students write a