March is National Reading Month as well as Women’s History Month. This month we wanted to provide resources in celebration of both! We’ve also added a section this month with professional development resources & support for students with special needs. Check out the awesome resources below!
National Reading Month & Women’s History Month
- Explore National Reading Month with Read Across America’s calendar of events & resources!
- Get student’s excited about reading with a guest reader! If you can’t find volunteers, check out Storyline Online’s video library of celebrities reading children’s books.
- Do you need more variety in your classroom library? Visit the Epic! website here to gain access to a digital library of books that are free for educators!
- In honor of Women’s History Month, here is a list of favorite books from A Mighty Girl’s website on Women’s History.
- For more Women’s History Month resources for all grade levels, explore this collection from Scholastic.com.
PD Resources for Teachers
- Explore professional development resources and independent study courses from the Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System.
- This course “Self Compassion for Educators” from Mindful Schools is designed for educators, caregivers, and those who work in service of youth. It is designed to help participants explore the importance of compassion and break the cycle of negative thoughts and responses in the classroom. This course is associated with a cost, but offers up to 3 graduate level credits. Learn more about this course and others here!
Resources for Students with Special Needs
- do2Learn is an amazing database of resources for supporting students with special needs. Click here to explore!
- For National Reading Month, explore resources from Reading Rockets for supporting students with learning difficulties in reading.
- Check out this informational series on Assistive Technology and more resources from the Family Network on Disabilities.