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AEM Women's History Month Resource Roundup

With March upon us, we can officially start the spring break count down.  Yes, I am sure many have already begun and you all deserve some time to relax, rejuvenate, and recharge.  Australian physicist, Helen Caldicott once said, “Teachers, I believe, are the most responsible and important members of society because their professional efforts affect the fate of the earth.”  The team at Authentic Exploration Matters is grateful for all the educator community does to teach, lead, guide, support, and elevate the minds of youth.  Thank you!  This week, we will take a look at resources that highlight the impacts that women in history have had on the global community.  Engage in a scavenger hunt, check out the National Education Associations empowerment toolkit, engage students with the creation of an editorial cartoon analysis project, host a classroom “wax museum” on historical women, explore the Equal Rights Amendment, game up with Brainpop, and access other amazing ideas to connect students to women in history.



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