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During the global coronavirus pandemic, we are thinking about how best we can support our community of educators, parents, and students. While we are physically isolated, we also have the potential to create new alliances and solidarity. Throughout the next few months, we will be offering new ways to engage with our stories and resources, as well as with each other.
How can we challenge students' perspectives while planting seeds of resilience, empathy, and a sacred relationship to our planet?
How might language be an essential cornerstone to a culture? Meet two of the last fluent speakers of the Kawaiisu language in this new film.
Engaging space exploration resources for your classroom.
In each of these stories, we meet individuals and communities who are bearing witness to change and face the decision to relocate inland due to rising seas.
Our newest virtual reality experience explores the unbroken chain of living stories held within the rings of a 400-year-old White Pine bonsai that survived the atomic blast in Hiroshima.
What might be gained from learning about a person's vocation and culture?
In this new photo essay, Bear Guerra documents the channelization of the Los Angeles River and the resiliency of the natural world.
This new collection features 10 lesson plans that explore the value of different perspectives.
Lost World follows the story of a Cambodian woman whose community and surrounding ecosystem are threatened due to sand dredging.
This collection contains stories and lessons which highlight youth around the world. Meet preschoolers from Scotland and teenagers from India, Alaska, and Syria. Learn about their daily lives as well as their hopes for the future in a changing world.
15 Stories & Lessons to Foster Empathy in the Classroom