Constitution Day and Citizenship Day is Thursday, September 17, 2020. The purpose of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day is to commemorate the creation and signing of the supreme law of the land and to honor and celebrate the privileges and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship for both native-born and naturalized citizens. It truly is a blessing to be a citizen of our great country.
Larry P. Arnn
President, Hillsdale College
“The Constitution and the Rule of Law”
William P. Barr | Attorney General of the United States
September 15 – October 15, 2020
Today marks the 199th anniversary of Central American Independence and the beginning of the U.S. celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. From history, arts, inventions, sports, and more, Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates achievement!
Keep up with Hispanic Heritage Month through Social Media at the hashtag #HispanicHeritageMonth
Today, when you use the Google search engine, please note the spotlight on Felicitas Mendez in the Google Banner (referred to as a “Google Doodle”):
Please return to this blog for more spotlight resources to highlight Hispanic Heritage Month.
See more posts celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.
From the Twitter Archives, August 31, 2019… this tweet became the basis for one of my educational resolutions at the start of 2020, before the pandemic changed my halcyon little resolution activity.
When Students ask Questions they:
1. Take responsibility
2. Are engaged
3. Have confidence
4. Trust their Teachers
5. Are empowered
How do we support & empower our Students by encouraging inquiry in our classrooms?
by Nicole Biscotti, M.Ed.
It’s Better to Prepare than to Repair ~ John Maxwell
Image Source from Quotation Celebration
More Weekend Ed. Quotes
The benefits of learning outdoors have been promoted since Henry David Thoreau took his students on the first Field Trips!
Here is an update on Learning Outdoors — From the TCEA Blog:
Dr. Gary Stager and school architect and designer Prakash Nair have written an excellent guide to providing outdoor learning experiences for students of all ages. This guide is normally sold on Amazon, but is provided free for download here at this link. This guide is presented from the perspective of educators, architects, neurologists, and environmental scientists.
This week’s Ed. Quote features a quote by Casba Osvath. It addresses the enduring and remarkable value of storytelling.
An excellent opportunity to learn during a live Twitter chat and Google Meet… Thank you David Lockett!!