Those of us on this side of the Atlantic will be ending Daylight Savings Times this weekend.
You might be interested in The Best Sites For Learning About Daylight Savings Time.
Here’s a video that could be very useful in social studies classes and in IB Theory of Knowledge classes (it has a British focus, but can easily be used in the U.S., too):
You might also be interested in a similar video, What is Literature For?
Here are a few more additions to The Best Websites For Learning About Halloween:
Festivals of the Dead Around the World is from Smithsonian Magazine.
Test Yourself | Thousands of Pumpkins Light the Night is from The New York Times Learning Network.
The Purest Halloween Music Ever Written is from The Atlantic.
The Halloween Industrial Complex is from The Pacific Standard.
World Toilet Day is on November 19th.
You might be interested in The Best Resources For Learning About World Toilet Day & The Issue Of Public Sanitation In The Third World.
You’re probably familiar with the story of the 43 protesting student teachers in Mexico who were kidnapped by police and members of a drug cartel (see Such A Sad & Tragic Story: Student Teachers Murdered In Mexico).
They’re still missing, and a music video using artistic portraits of the missing has just been released. You can read more about it at Vox.
Here’s the video (the song is in Spanish):