Foster global awareness and critical literacy through children’s literature. Empower students to understand their responsibilities and rights as engaged young citizens of the world. Leave with classroom-ready lessons and resources.
Use Google sites to examine the relationship between global cultures, economies, and environments. Learn how to foster informed Generation Z student-consumers and activists in an ever-expanding world economy.
Examine commonly-held stereotypes and misconceptions about Muslims and Islam. Explore research-based instructional strategies to help your students develop nuanced and accurate understandings of Islam and its followers. Acquire classroom-ready resources.
Identify and disrupt harmful narratives in illustrations with visual analysis methods. Topics include books set in the Middle East, books from Nazi Germany, and providing culturally sustaining illustrations for children.
Learn how to combine in-depth research and evidence-based advocacy through a curriculum-based extended inquiry project for all learners that culminates with a full-day, student-run Model UN Conference.