Calendar - Revised No. 2
Calendar - Revised No. 2
Teachers
Erin Gruwell
Jerrilyn Jacobs
Community
Dr. Viola Vaughn of 10,000 Girls
Brande from Spokane
Peacemakers
Mohamed Sidibay
Mohamed Sidibay
Community
Marian Wright Edelman
Staff
Writers
Madeleine L'Engle
Karen Pritzker
Earthkeepers
Wangari Maathai
Tanner from Austin


Explore MY HERO's rich multimedia library of stories, art, music and films submitted by our global community.
Teachers
Esther Wojcicki
Earthkeepers
Mark Lopez
Teachers
Sal Khan
Women
Gabrielle Gorman
Peace
Azim Khamisa
Peacemakers
Kasha Sequoia Slavner


Painting
Oprah Winfrey
Devin
Painting
Mahatma Gandhi
Ben Heine
Painting
Eleanor Roosevelt
Marilyn Huerta
Painting
Claudette Colvin
Robert Shetterly
Painting
Dolores Huerta
Marilyn Huerta


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Poetry
Rudyard Kipling
Credit: Wikipedia
Music
Jane Goodall
Credit: Jane Goodall Foundation
Music
Charlie Parker
Credit: wikipedia
Stories
Abraham Lincoln
Credit: whitehouse.gov
Aids
Florence Ngobeni
Credit: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation


Tuesday

Joseph Pulitzer

April 10
Credit: [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Joseph Pulitzer born 1847
Sunday

Leonardo da Vinci

April 15
Credit: Wikipedia
Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci born 1452
Monday

Wilbur Wright

April 16
Credit:
Inventor of first successful airplane Wilbur Wright born 1867
HERO GUESTBOOK

Julia writes: My hero is Anne Frank. Anne Frank was an ordinary teenage girl, but she has touched the hearts of so many through her inspiring words. Living as a Jewish child during the Holocaust was hard, but Anne found a way to express her feelings in a way that no bestselling author can copy. Her diary was just a simple birthday gift, but now it is in many languages and found in almost every middle school and high school across the globe. Her brave soul and fearless mind makes Anne Frank a hero for many.

Artwork from the MY HERO GALLERY, courtesy of Anna Sponer

THE LIBRARY

Moonshots in Education explores digital and online learning in the classroom and what it takes to make a "moonshot." It gives several models and examples of schools that are already implementing digital learning and what the success rate has been. It also provides philosophical discussion a variety of educational philosophies and how each one empowers students and teachers. The book also provides tools to support teachers in most subject areas. The forward by James Franco explores how this type of blended real world learning has made a significant positive impact in his life.