Project Exchange brings together high school and college students from around the globe to talk about culture, promote mutual understanding, and prepare youth to tackle critical global issues through cross-cultural communication.
An innovative blend of a comic book and technology-based and unplugged activities, CryptoComics engages children aged 7–11 in making and breaking codes, developing symbolic systems awareness, and learning about cryptology careers.
Teachers can bring constitutional conversations into their classroom with ScholarExchanges from the National Constitution Center. Part lecture and part livelyconversation, weekly 30- to 45-minute classes are accessible to the public so that students, teachers, and parents can join in a constitutional discussion with National Constitution Center scholars.
Designed by educators at Harvard University, Write the World is dedicated to improving the writing of students aged 13–18 through a global online community, guided interactive process, and monthly competitions. Young writers are empowered to develop their voices, refine their editing skills, and publish on an international platform.
Smithsonian Discovery Theater’s performances unite ideologies, enact themes that reflect the diversity of its audiences, open avenues of self-reflection, and offer an enjoyable means for parents and teachers to demonstrate life’s lessons.