We are excited to announce our partnership with The Remedial Herstory project. The Remedial Herstory Project is a New Hampshire-based nonprofit founded and led by educators and advocates of revealing the full story of women’s contributions in history. The RHP is dedicated to developing and providing inquiry-based learning materials on women’s history, accessible to educators to use in their classrooms. In support of its mission, the RHP produces media, resources, and professional development for social studies educators.
Alongside ecoText, The Remedial Herstory Project’s content will be brought to life through our collaborative learning technology. With a focus on inquiry-based learning, ecoText provides students with various ways to demonstrate and communicate their knowledge over important guiding questions and principles.
“The Remedial Herstory Project is thrilled to partner with ecoText. We are entirely dedicated to bringing meaningful curriculum and resources to the primary and secondary classrooms and believe ecoText’s tools will give teachers more resources to make complex materials and texts accessible to more students. We share their passion for reforming education and making it more inclusive.”
- Kelsie Eckert, President of The Remedial Herstory Project
We have the pleasure of highlighting The RHP’s content alongside our technology on October 25th at The New Hampshire Council for Social Studies’ (NHCSS) Annual Conference in Manchester, NH. Attendees, make sure to check out our presentation “Activate and Elevate Your Digital Resources.” If you’re interested in registering, visit this link.
Together, The RHP and ecoText are looking forward to empowering both educators and students to create inclusive learning environments that foster deeper conversations within the classroom.
To learn more about the Remedial Herstory Project, visit their website at https://www.remedialherstory.com/