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Clio in the Classroom
Clio in the Classroom makes accessible the content, key themes and concepts, and pedagogical techniques of U.S. women's history for all secondary school and college teachers.
Connecting Girls and Science
By listening to the concerns and interests of the students and using their input to help fashion a responsive science curriculum, the author shows us how to reconnect students to science. Furthermore, if topics of interest to female students are stressed, Howes believes that it is not only possible to inspire girls to love science, but also to eradicate traditional gender divisions that may keep female students from pursuing careers in science.
Swimming Against the Tide
Hanson examines the experiences of African American girls in science education using multiple methods of quantitative and qualitative research. Using a multicultural and feminist framework of analysis, addresses the role of agency and resistance that encourages and sustains interest in science in African American families and communities.
Websites for Teachers and Parents
Learn about the history of Women's History Month, read biographies of famous women, try our quizzes and crosswords, find stats and facts about women, and more.
Time for Kids
View a timeline of images and text, plus videos and profiles of important women in history.
National Geographic for Kids
Find out more about important scientists and explorers.
Learn about 300 women who changed the world—review their accomplishments, locate their birthplaces, and discover the eras in which they lived. Examine topics in women's history. Explore a timeline of women's achievements.
Books from the Juvenile Collection