Donuts anyone? In this session, learn to connect your passion into what you read and write, to make your experience truly enjoyable. Lots of tips and tricks are shared in this session by incredible children's author, Robin Yardi. Learn more about donut fun, Robin's books, and fun writing starter activities to get your brain thinking. Learn about the history of donuts. Check out Epicurious to see kids try 100 years of donuts.
Check out this fun learning about Endangered, Native, and Invasive Species. In this lesson, Ranger Randi joins us live from the Ten-Tom Waterway in Tennessee, to share what wildlife biologists are doing to protect the land in southeast part of the United States. Learn more about the most invasive species in our country right now (that was shared in this session). Learn more about invasive species in our country.
Join this journey with Ranger Ben live at Mount Rainier as he teaches us about volcanoes and why geologists from around the world go to Mount Rainier to study the volcano and glaciers that shape the landscape. To learn more about Mt. Rainier go here: Learn more about the most devastating volcano in history. Learn more about Mount Rainier. Learn about Mt. St. Helens eruptions in recent history.
Book Club for Kids is the award-winning podcast where kids talk about books. The New York Times says the "virtual gathering space for young readers feels more vital than ever in the social distancing era."
Have a student in grades 4-8 that is interested sharing the love of a specific book? They, too, can be a part of the Book Club for Kids podcast! Simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Hi, my name is - (first name only)
I'm from - (what city and state)
And my library is - (what's the name of your library (could be your school name))
My favorite book is - (what's the title of your book and author)
Because - (not the plot, but why YOU like this book and why you'd recommend it to someone else)
Email the audio files to us at email@example.com.
OR: Your child can just call them at 323-639-3560 and follow the script.
Young people around the world need to connect and feel connected with each other now more than ever. Come join us! Interested in connecting over Flipgrid or having young people reach out to each other? Send us a message here requesting the password.
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Find out more about our program director, Michelle Carton, and what led to Global Education Alaska.
Alaska, as the largest state in our country, is on the rim of incredible opportunities, which will develop our young global leaders and create sustainability for generations to come.
We can't become global alone; this website and the many resources are for all youth to become empowered and embrace global citizenship. Join us throughout the year on global projects or suggest a global project for us to embrace or join.
Global learning is a collective effort for us all, while professional development keeps our work relevant. View conference presentations.