5 Jan 2022
Social-emotional learning (SEL) utilizes a student's existing set of cultural beliefs, knowledge and values as a launching point for their academic learning and overall education. Teachers use SEL activities [https://www.lessonbee.com/blog/culturally-responsive-teaching-and-sel-build-trust-promote-health-and-move-students-to-independent-learning] to harness the power of their students' cultural backgrounds and help them connect with their curriculum on a different level. To do this, educators,
11 Feb 2021
We move into black history month on the heels of MLK Day, a national holiday celebrating Martin Luther King's outstanding leadership. The month-long acknowledgment is a chance for administrators and teachers to highlight the undeniable achievements and impact Black Americans have had on American History. Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, Toni Morrison, and Maya Angelou, to name just a few, are more likely to make their way into school curriculums and classrooms in February than any other month of the year.
5 Jun 2020
This time in American history, we saw yet another unjust murder: George Floyd, a black man whose name has been added to a devastatingly long list. This event is not isolated. America has responded in outrage, protests, and cries for change. I’m proud to be able to say that I work for a company that actively seeks to dismantle systems of oppression and end racism in America. Lessonbee joins the voices of those standing against prejudice, rising with pure intention for the betterment of society.