Celebrate diversity with an author studies program that focuses
on African-American writers.
and Change: Black History in America
Online Activities: Meet famous African Americans, listen to jazz
music, publish your own writing, and explore history with our
Includes teacher's guide.
Take a Trip to Mexico
Lead your class on a cyberjourney through Mexico with Instructors
Online CyberHunt. Suitable for middle and upper graders, the CyberHunt
is a great individual or group activity.
Explore the Heritage of
Folktales on the Web
Bruce Perry and Awareness: The Fourth Core Strength
We're all Different (We're all the Same) Teach children to embrace
diversity, and give them a gift they can use throughout their
With Kids and Parents of Different Cultures
Learn how to develop positive relationships with today's diverse
and Technology by Julie Wood
Dr. Wood explains the phenomenon of girls losing interest in math,
science and computers and offers ideas on how to counter the trend.
Children Develop a Sense of Identity
California Tomorrow, a non-profit organization, offers insight
into helping children understand racial identity.
Not So Black and White
Discussing racial issues can make students and teachers uncomfortable.
Here, an educator shares her wisdom on teaching about slavery
and other race-related issues.
Diversity can be addressed in all areas of the curriculum. Enrich
your students' cultural experience in the classroom with jazz.
Languages, Many Cultures
Ideas and inspiration for helping young children thrive in a diverse
on a Walk Through Chinatown
Lisa A. Lee spoke to Scholastic about culture and identity. Here
are excerpts from her inspiring presentation.
Celebrate Black History Month
Fascinating sites packed with resources for an African-American
World-renowned trumpeter and music educator talks about the inspiration
for his new Jazz for Young People Curriculum.
Diversity: A Place to Begin
We all want children to grow up in a world free from bias and
the reality is that we do live in a world in which racism and
other forms of bias
continue to affect us.
in a Multi-Cultural Classroom
share the challenges and joys of teaching in a classroom with
children from different cultures.
Civil Rights Museum, Memphis, Tennessee
This compact site covers the civil rights movement and desegregation
from Brown v. Topeka Board of Education to the impact of the civil
rights movement on our lives today.