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This fall, leverage the language your students are fluent in by learning the why and how of integrating storytelling and media skills in your classroom
The academic year is ending on a literary high note for many high school students in Chicago, Illinois.
Meet Ravi Hutheesing, a global keynote speaker that bridges cultures and unites generations through music and common cultural ground.
Britannica Digital Learning is dedicated to helping students become well-equipped, critical, and thoughtful consumers of media and news.
Mark 75 years since D-Day and the Allied invasion of Europe in your classroom with these original Britannica School activities.
Bring the 2019 Coretta Scott King Award-winning titles—A Few Red Drops: The Chicago Race Riot of 1919 and The Stuff Of Stars—to life in your classroom with these original Britannica School activities.
Welcome to Cool Careers! A new Facebook Live interview series from Britannica Digital Learning. What did you want to be when you grew up? Simple
This April, meet Ivy Hall, a Program Coordinator of Festivals and Music for the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.
April’s Britannica School activities explore popular forms of poetry and well-known poets.