Inclusive Learning Opportunities Through Oral History
Voice of Witness advances human rights by amplifying the voices of people impacted by—and fighting against—injustice. The nonprofit produces a book series that depicts human rights and social justice issues through the edited oral histories of people most closely affected by them.
The Voice of Witness education program addresses the need for inclusive and culturally relevant learning opportunities through oral history. Free resources include lesson plans, oral history/storytelling project toolkits, materials for English learners, and strategies and tools for art projects. The resources develop vital communication, critical thinking, and social–emotional learning skills by amplifying unheard voices in classrooms and communities.
Every year invention education experts at the National Inventors Hall of Fame develop an all-new curriculum for Camp Invention. The curriculum is filled with hands-on experiences that provide an appropriate level of challenge for students across a range of learning levels in kindergarten through grade 6.
Every year invention education experts at the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF) collaborate with NIHF inductees to develop an all-new curriculum for Camp Invention. By integrating 21st-century learning with fun, hands-on activities, the NIHF team ensures that each STEM education program not only aligns with state and national K–6 education standards but also provides the next generation of inventors with skills to last a lifetime.
GetEdFunding is a grant-finding resource sponsored by CDW•G that also provides a comprehensive glossary of funding-related terminology to help educators more easily navigate the funding landscape. Grantseekers will find clear, concise explanations of such terms as Logic Model, Soft Funds, and Zero-based Budgeting.