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Ways to Celebrate Women's History Month Virtually
posted by: Tamia | March 03, 2021, 06:42 PM   

March is Women's History Month, meaning throughout the month all of the history-makers and trailblazers will be celebrated. We are still battling the COVID-19 pandemic, so many normal lessons and field trips can't take place. However, the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration ( has curated a list of live, interactive virtual field trips that educators can access to enrich discussions surrounding Women’s History Month. The diverse list of interactive learning experiences ranges from an exploration of women who served in World War II at home and abroad; to stories of women war reporters who have made indelible marks in the field of journalism. Several of the offerings are free to the public, while others have a fee associated.



Teachers looking for ways to provide fresh content when celebrating the vital role of women in American history can infuse new excitement within their students through well-known historians and experts

1.     Women War Reporters: How They Wrote World “Herstory”, Authors on Call

2.     Votes for Women, MD Center for History & Culture

3.     Women’s History: Dirt on Their Skirts, National Baseball Hall of Fame

4.     Activism in the Suffrage Movement (free), VA Museum of History

5.     Women Who Paved the Way: Exploring Women Homesteaders and Suffragists (free), Homestead National Monument

6.     Where in the World Were They? American Women in WWII (free), U.S. Army Women’s Museum


For more information about The Center for Interactive Learning & Collaboration or to browse their diverse virtual program offerings, please visit

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