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Ashley’s Sack

Tracey McKee * June 10, 2022 A cotton sack, three handfuls of pecans, a tattered dress, and a piece of braided hair.  I have spent

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For National Great Outdoors Month, check out this booklist of picture books with stories about kids of color exploring the outdoors. We were a little surprised to find out there aren’t very many of these books. 😳👇🏿👇🏾👇🏽
🔗 https://www.outsideonline.com/culture/books-media/books-black-children-outdoors/.
🎓 Michelle Martin is a professor at the University of Washington’s Information School. She is also a children’s literature critic and trains future librarians how to best serve young readers. When Martin was in graduate school, she wrote papers about wilderness-survival stories for kids, and over time noticed that of all the picture books about children exploring the wild outdoors for fun, only a scarce few featured Black kids as protagonists. Check out this Atlantic Mag article to learn more: 👇🏾👇🏽
🔗 https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2019/05/the-lack-of-diversity-in-childrens-books-about-nature/590152/.
📚 After reading about Martin’s work, Andrea Breau, children’s literature researcher at Diverse Bookfinder, dug into the data in 2019. She identified just 16 books—out of more than 3,000 in Diverse BookFinder’s collection of diverse picture books—in which Black children actively explore the outdoors with no purpose other than to convene with nature. Learn more here and check out their booklist: 👇🏾👇🏽
🔗 https://diversebookfinder.org/browse/where-are-the-books-about-black-kids-in-nature/
💡 If you know of any new books in this genre since these lists were assembled (2019/2020), please share below!
#diversebooks #blackoutdoors #diverseoutdoors #kidlit #reading #exploreoutdoors #outdoorsisforeveryone #OutsideOnline #TheAtlantic #DiverseBookFinder

🏕 🚵🏾‍ 🎣 🥾 🚣🏾‍♀️ 🧗🏿‍♀️For National Great Outdoors Month, check out this booklist of picture books with stories about kids of color exploring the outdoors. We were a little surprised to find out there aren’t very many of these books. 😳👇🏿👇🏾👇🏽🔗 www.outsideonline.com/culture/books-media/books-black-children-outdoors/.🎓 Michelle Martin is a professor at the University of Washington’s Information School. She is also a children’s literature critic and trains future librarians how to best serve young readers. When Martin was in graduate school, she wrote papers about wilderness-survival stories for kids, and over time noticed that of all the picture books about children exploring the wild outdoors for fun, only a scarce few featured Black kids as protagonists. Check out this Atlantic Mag article to learn more: 👇🏾👇🏽🔗 www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2019/05/the-lack-of-diversity-in-childrens-books-about-nature/....📚 After reading about Martin’s work, Andrea Breau, children’s literature researcher at Diverse Bookfinder, dug into the data in 2019. She identified just 16 books—out of more than 3,000 in Diverse BookFinder’s collection of diverse picture books—in which Black children actively explore the outdoors with no purpose other than to convene with nature. Learn more here and check out their booklist: 👇🏾👇🏽🔗 diversebookfinder.org/browse/where-are-the-books-about-black-kids-in-nature/💡 If you know of any new books in this genre since these lists were assembled (2019/2020), please share below!#diversebooks #blackoutdoors #diverseoutdoors #kidlit #reading #exploreoutdoors #outdoorsisforeveryone #OutsideOnline #TheAtlantic #DiverseBookFinder ... See MoreSee Less

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The Camping Trip by Jennifer Mann

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Teachers and educators — this is for you!! Head over to ‘Facing History and Ourselves’ to check out some of their excellent offerings for professional development training this summer! 👩🏽‍🏫 🧑🏿‍🏫 👨🏼‍🏫 
🌟 SUMMER 2022
KEYNOTE WEBINARS & PROFESSIONAL LEARNING 🌟
✅“Gain a new perspective, add more tools to your teaching toolbox, and benefit from the experience and fellowship of other teachers—from your own district and around the world.”
✅“Their offerings introduce humanities, civics, social studies, and ELA educators to innovative teaching strategies, resources, and the scholarship that make teachers more effective and lead to increased student engagement and learning.”
Here are just a few examples of what is available:
🍎 From Surviving to Thriving: Creating Equitable Environments Through Emotional Intelligence and Culturally Relevant Practices
June 29, 2022.
🍎 Teaching for Equity and Justice
June 29, 2022 - June 30, 2022.
🍎 Holocaust & Human Behavior
July 18, 2022 - July 21, 2022.
🍎 US History: A New Approach to Teaching the Reconstruction Era
July 25, 2022 - July 28, 2022.
Explore their website and sign up today!👇🏿👇🏽👇🏾
🔗 https://www.facinghistory.org/professional-development
🔗 https://www.facinghistory.org/calendar
#antiracismeducation #facinghistoryandourselves #historymatters #teachers #educators

🍎 📏 📗Teachers and educators — this is for you!! Head over to ‘Facing History and Ourselves’ to check out some of their excellent offerings for professional development training this summer! 👩🏽‍🏫 🧑🏿‍🏫 👨🏼‍🏫 🌟 SUMMER 2022KEYNOTE WEBINARS & PROFESSIONAL LEARNING 🌟✅“Gain a new perspective, add more tools to your teaching toolbox, and benefit from the experience and fellowship of other teachers—from your own district and around the world.”✅“Their offerings introduce humanities, civics, social studies, and ELA educators to innovative teaching strategies, resources, and the scholarship that make teachers more effective and lead to increased student engagement and learning.”Here are just a few examples of what is available:🍎 From Surviving to Thriving: Creating Equitable Environments Through Emotional Intelligence and Culturally Relevant PracticesJune 29, 2022.🍎 Teaching for Equity and JusticeJune 29, 2022 - June 30, 2022.🍎 Holocaust & Human BehaviorJuly 18, 2022 - July 21, 2022.🍎 US History: A New Approach to Teaching the Reconstruction EraJuly 25, 2022 - July 28, 2022.Explore their website and sign up today!👇🏿👇🏽👇🏾🔗 www.facinghistory.org/professional-development🔗 www.facinghistory.org/calendar#antiracismeducation #facinghistoryandourselves #historymatters #teachers #educators ... See MoreSee Less

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