Observing World AIDS Day

| By Carol Brennan | World AIDS Day is commemorated every December 1. It’s a day to pause and express solidarity with those mourning the lives lost to the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) over the past four decades, and also to show support to those who are living with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Over … Read more

Teaching about Chronic Illness and Its Effects

| By Elizabeth Mohn | Chronic illnesses are long-lasting illnesses that require ongoing treatment and management. Chronic illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are leading causes of death and poor health outcomes in the United States. Millions of Americans have or know someone who has one or more of these illnesses, making chronic … Read more

New Titles for Gale OneFile, November 2023

| By Gale Staff | Gale Academic OneFile Gale General OneFile Gale OneFile: Educator’s Reference Complete Gale OneFile: Health and Medicine Gale OneFile: High School Edition Gale OneFile: Informe Académico Gale OneFile: News

Using Art to Develop Exciting Cross-Curricular Learning

| By Elizabeth Mohn | Young students are naturally curious learners and are often motivated by creative, engaging topics. Teachers can capitalize on this curiosity and motivation by developing cross-curricular learning opportunities. Cross-curricular learning remains important throughout students’ time in school, but using creative, engaging topics for cross-curricular learning is especially important for elementary school … Read more

How to Use eBooks & Text Sets to Support Professional Learning

| By Char Shryock | Use eBooks as a starting point for inquiry or as a subject-matter expert to provide educators with job-embedded professional learning that is timely, engaging, and meaningful. With text sets, you can help build common language and experiences for educators and administrators, drive inquiry, and develop expertise. Learn to create text … Read more