Africans Americans faced severe repression when Carter G. Woodson established Negro History Week in 1926. In February we remember & move forward.
Resource Roundups — our theme-based, resource-laden essays — are among MiddleWeb’s most popular features. Here are dozen reader favorites.
It’s face to face, school or district wide, sometimes wi-fi’d, and always free. Most of all, EdCamp is do-it-yourself PD, planned by volunteers and led by attendees.
The incidence of bullying is highest in the middle grades. Throughout the year, these resources can help schools respond to & prevent bullying and cyberbullying.
From pencil and paper to social media, students can learn in so many ways. You can help them understand and integrate the literacies crowding the classroom.
In our Resource Roundup, access election basics, lessons, videos, a mock election how-to, art-oriented activities & more, all selected for the middle grades.
We look at Labor Day’s origin and the US labor movement’s past triumphs & current challenges. You’ll find resources for history & current events, across grades 4-8.
Early middle grades preparation can improve algebra success and help meet Common Core standards. We highlight research & kid-friendly learning resources.
Need lesson ideas fast? Our list provides quick and simple searches for multi-faceted lessons across content areas.
Keeping up with YA books just got easier, thanks to YALSA’s free app, Teen Book Finder. Lots, too, on what’s ahead, audiobooks & book trailers, kids’ favorites.