The NPR Student Podcast Challenge, which has drawn more than 35,000 students around the country into the world of audio storytelling, is back for its third year. Students in grades 5–12 can participate in the 2021 challenge by creating a three- to eight-minute podcast about a topic they want to explore.
Since Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland debuted in 1865, the fantastical tale of a girl who falls down a rabbit hole and ends up in an alternative universe has inspired countless retellings. From rabbit holes to mirrors, flamingoes to hedgehogs, Wonderland is the perfect world for virtual reality.
Visitors to the San Francisco Symphony’s Music Connectswebsite for children will discover the innovative ways symphony musicians are coming together to keep the music playing during this disruptive time.
Learn techniques that you can use right away—online, in person, hybrid—to help all students break down a wall of words and understand texts, themselves, and the world. Teachers and students love the Folger Method. Students at all levels own their learning and find success in the adventure of reading. To help all students feel confident with complex texts, the Folger Shakespeare Library has compiled essential resources just for educators.
To address the remote learning needs of different audiences, the Emily Dickinson Museum offers virtual syllabi for students, scholars, and writers on its website. Thematic selections of essays, news articles, media, and digitized primary source materials provide a free source to all things Emily Dickinson.