Students learn about and discuss why people around the world are calling for a “people’s vaccine” to protect everyone against Covid.
Distribution of the Covid vaccine has been inequitable, both in the U.S. and globally. Students explore this problem and talk about what should be done.
Why are some people skeptical about getting a Covid vaccine, even though evidence shows that the approved vaccines are safe and effective? And who should be vaccinated first? Students read about and discuss the vaccination news.
Students practice their critical thinking skills by analyzing an image and then articles about conspiracy theories and anti-vaccine myths.
"Care and healing must be a central focus as we welcome students back to class this month," writes Morningside trainer Marieke van Woerkom in a new article on Edutopia.
Activities to help middle and high school students develop the key self-care practice of positive self-talk, from affirmations to gratitude.
Activities to help elementary students develop the key self-care practice of positive self-talk, from affirmations to gratitude.
Watch our webinar with AFT/Share My Lesson for a session on social emotional learning and student self-care (free & available on demand).
Teachers’ social and emotional well-being must be a priority of any plan to reopen our schools.
Students read and think about what other students have to say about Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter and then share their own perspectives. (Grades 3-6)