Honor and celebrate Black History Month in schools with these resources, articles, and teaching strategies from Black Teacher-Authors.
Here are resources from Black Teacher-Authors that you can use to honor the history of Black Americans during the month of February and beyond.
In this op-ed, TPT Teacher-Author Silver of Classroom Clapback invites teachers to go beyond the textbook this Black History Month with recommendations and questions teachers can use to unpack their teaching plan.
During Black History Month, one of the things that 3rd grade teacher Adrienne Wiggins loves to do is use biography cards to help integrate Black History into her classroom on a daily basis. Check out her other ideas for incorporating the culture, history, and contributions of Black Americans into the classroom.
In this op-ed, Teacher-Author Dr. James Avery of The Dapper Teacher implores educators “to embrace challenge and incorporate Black history into your classrooms all year, not just because I asked you to, but because it’s necessary.” Read more for strategies to do so.