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Copyright for Educators

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Copyright for Educators

Copyright for Educators is a series of videos designed to help educators learn about what they can and can't do within the category of "Teaching" in the Copyright Act.

Under the Copyright Act, there is nothing more intriguing and exciting for educators than Fair Use. Fair Use is the concept that if you are doing something for the greater good of society, like teaching, then your needs supersede the ownership rights of the copyright holder under the Copyright Act. Teachers, and by association, students, can legally use music, websites, videos, images, and a wealth of copyrighted materials for the purposes of teaching, that wouldn't be accessible otherwise.

Still a bit intimidated? Allow us to break all of the details down for you!

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Three Outdoor Activities for Kids to Practice Sorting and Creating Sets with Nature

Things from nature like pinecones, sticks, leaves, flowers, rocks, shells and acorns are just waiting to be used to develop kids' math skills. Here are three simple ways you can use them to tap into your child’s mathematical thinking outdoors.
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Connecting Children to Nature and Wildlife from Home

It may feel like it's difficult for kids to engage with the natural world sometimes, but we don't always have to leave home to get our brains outside! Here are some fun ways you can help kids connect to wildlife, from going on an indoor safari, to hanging out with apes virtually and even fostering advocacy by making a supplies drive for local shelters.
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Four Easy Ways to Recycle Household Materials and Play with Math

Did you ever think you could help your child practice graphing, counting, sorting, identifying shapes and making patterns with old boxes and bottle tops? It's easier than you think!