Through the Classroom Championsprogram, Olympic and Paralympic athletes, student athletes, and professional athletes help support social and emotional learning among students and teachers in high-poverty schools in the US and Canada.
Board games are the center of game nights, yet with all the fun they offer, there is little representation of Black culture within the industry. That lack of representation and a love of hip-hop and literacy inspired Chantel Calloway to create Rhyme Antics, a rhyming vocabulary game inspired by hip-hop for people 12 years old and up.
The Latinx KidLit Book Festival is the largest gathering of Latinx children’s book authors and illustrators for students, teachers, and book lovers everywhere. This virtualfestival will take place on December 4 and 5, 2020, and feature more than 150 Latinx authors and illustrators.
The US Grand Canyon is one of the deepest gorges on Earth, and one of only a few places for exploring 2 billion years of Earth’s history. Students can experience this remarkable natural wonder by taking an independent virtual tour. The Canyon Field School @Home environmental education program brings the wonders of Grand Canyon National Park to youth across the country.
SafetyCulture, the world’s leading platform for workplace safety, is making its premium technology available to schools nationwide, free of charge. Through its Safely Back-to-Learning initiative, SafetyCulture is providing schools with easy-to-use digital checklists and technology enabling schools to implement consistent and easily verifiable safety protocols based on CDC or state and local guidelines. Administrators, teachers, and students will be able to view their school’s real-time data dashboard that shows the status of conditions and cleaning activities based on the checks completed. Checklists and protocols can quickly be adapted to reflect the conditions and characteristics of each school. Take advantage of this free technology today by signing up here.