In honor of Women’s History Month, Rise Vision has released 9 FREE Women’s History Month posters for schools to print out, share on their digital signage, websites, and social media, or use in their classrooms and lesson plans.
The posters are available for download in high-resolution JPG and landscape and portrait-oriented PDFs.
“Our aim is to support K-12 teachers who are looking for teaching resources or ideas for lesson plans. These posters are a visual way to spark conversations around Women’s History Month. We hope they will be a great compliment to other teaching material that schools are using.” Shea Darlison, Head of Revenue
The list of famous women in history is a mix of well-known women, like Mother Teresa and Kamala Harris, as well as some lesser-known figures, like Patsy Mink and Edith Clarke. The poster set can be a valuable tool for teachers needing to deliver their classes remotely.
Each of the 9 designs is ideal for printing, including in newsletters, sharing on social media, websites, and also on digital signage.
As an added bonus to pay homage to other important women, we also published “5 Famous Women in History Your Students Should Know”. This list highlights people like Dr. Monica Burns, Sarah Fuller and Greta Thunberg.
ABOUT RISE VISION
Rise Vision is a digital signage software provider. Since 1992 we have been obsessed with helping our customers have great looking displays.
Today, our primary focus is education and the over 3,000 schools we currently serve. To deliver on our promise of making sure digital signage isn’t difficult we provide new templates every week – over 425 so far – to keep a school’s displays current and engaging. Our goal is to make it easy for our school and we make sure their displays stay running with greater than 99% uptime.
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