We’ve put together a list of ways in which you can access and share our free resources—both on our website and through our partner platforms— with your students and colleagues. We hope these resources will be of service to your work.
~reposted from Globalonenessproject.org
In the wake of the deepening global pandemic which is beginning to fill us with uncertainty, we are asking ourselves how can we best support our community during this unprecedented time. As a parent with two teenagers, I’m witnessing a wave of emotions, from shock to anxiety of the unknown. As more schools close and transition to online learning, more weight and responsibility falls on teachers as well as parents. As we adjust to these changes, supporting our community of educators and students is more important than ever. Through solidarity, connection, compassion, and understanding, we will find the strength to address the challenges that arise over the coming weeks and months.
I recently returned to reflect on this quote from educator and author Parker Palmer. He wrote, “Storytelling has always been at the heart of being human because it serves some of our most basic needs: passing along our traditions, confessing failings, healing wounds, engendering hopes, strengthening our sense of community.” Like the power of community, stories of love, hope, and resilience can support us during this challenging time.
Create a Collection
On our website, you can create a collection of our stories to publish and share with your students and colleagues. Watch this short video to learn more.
Share our stories with your students through Google Classroom. Look for the Google Classroom button next to the titles of all of our stories and lesson plans.
Did you know that all of our films are available on our YouTube channel with Spanish subtitles?
15 Lesson Plans Exploring Our Common Humanity
These lessons—companions to our short documentary films, photo essays, and essays—explore human morality in a changing world.
The following is a list of some of our partner platforms, which provide unique ways to interact with our stories and lesson plans.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. We would love to hear how we can better support you during this time.
All the best,