Famous women in computer science: Augusta Ada King (Countess of Lovelace), 1843 wrote a description of Charles Babbage’s early mechanical general-purpose computer, the analytical engine. She is credited with being the computer programmer.
Friends for Freedom: The Story of Susan B. Anthony & Frederick Douglass Activity & Discussion Guide
Use the children's book Friends for Freedom: The Story of Susan B. Anthony & Frederick Douglass to teach students about two prominent equal rights activists in U. Students will explore what freedom and equality means to them, draw their
The Wage Gap: A History of Pay Inequity and the Equal Pay Act
Women's history in the United States did not proceed in an orderly fashion. There was not one leader, one movement, or one nexus of power. Rather, women all over the country, from all sorts of backgrounds, made their own unique contributions. This slideshow celebrates some of the most important places where women made history in America. Grades: 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 Subjects: Social Studies and History Holidays: Women's History Month Type: Slide Gallery
See how much your students know about famous firsts in women's history. This printable multiple-choice quiz includes ten questions about the history of women in politics, space flight, aviation, science, and the military.
Teacher's Guide to Michelle Obama: An American Story by David Colbert
Use these discussion questions and activities with the inspirational biography Michelle Obama: An American Story by David Colbert. Students will examine the life story of First Lady Michelle Obama and her family roots in the context of African