Noah Text is specialized scaffolded text that allows readers to see sound parts within words, providing a way for struggling readers to decode and enunciate words that are difficult to access. The text highlights syllables and long-vowel words while keeping words intact.
The Smithsonian Pacific American Center’s Learning Together webpage serves as an online venue for educational content featuring interviews with Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community members, links to community-created educational resources, book recommendations, discussion ideas, and more.
The nonprofit Facing History and Ourselves has released resources to help students make sense of what is happening in Ukraine and the ongoing refugee crisis. The curriculum for teachers of middle school and high school students includes reflectivequestions designed to get students talking and come to an in-depth understanding of the war.
Games are microcosms of the real world, making play and design a springboard for possibility. The Game Design Studio Toolkit supports teens in using game design to lead systems of change, engaging teens in individual and collective reflection and action as they create their own games.
Amanda Gorman has kicked off a new “Word of the Day” video series from SesameWorkshop. Produced in partnership with WarnerMedia Kids & Family, the series harnesses the power of language to nurture children’s positive and healthy sense of self.