How to integrate Women's History Month into lessons

02/28/2013 | Edutopia.org

Women's History Month is recognized in March, and to help teachers integrate the celebration in the classroom, Edutopia editorial assistant Matt Davis has provided in this blog post seven resources for lesson plans. Among them are TeachingHistory.org's Women's History Resources, which features quizzes, lesson plans and other resources. Davis also recommends National Women's History Project Teacher's Lounge, Women's History Resources from the Library of Congress and Women's History from ReadWriteThink.

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