May Activities: Bring The Coretta Scott King Awards to life with Britannica School

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.

Cool Careers: What’s it like to be an award-winning author?

Welcome to Cool Careers! A new Facebook Live interview series from Britannica Digital Learning. What did you want to be… Read More

Cool Careers: What’s it like to be a Program Coordinator?

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.

From Haiku to Hip-Hop: Celebrate National Poetry Month with Britannica School

April’s Britannica School activities explore popular forms of poetry and well-known poets.

Cool Careers: What’s it like to be a U.S. immigration lawyer?

Meet ManoLasya Perepa, an immigration attorney at Life Span, a non profit organization that serves survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Meet LumieLabs at ASCD Empower19 and win a GoPro!

Stop by the Britannica booth for an intro to our new product, LumieLabs. Participate in a demo and you could win a GoPro!

Women’s History Month Activities: SHEroes Edition

This Women’s History Month, introduce your class to some real life wonder women.

February Activities: Meet the modern history-makers of Black History Month with Britannica School

This Black History Month, introduce students to some modern history-makers with these Britannica School activities.

Leading Transformation: Personalize How Your School Learns

Join us for a free personalized learning webinar, presented by edWeb.net and ClassTechTips.com Founder, Dr. Monica Burns.