Learn about a new guide to support classroom use of "Living Nations, Living Words," the signature project of U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo that highlights the work of 47 contemporary Native American poets.
In this post, a former Teaching with Primary Sources intern shares examples of monuments and memorials that are represented in the Library's online collections, with some activities and discussion prompts for children and families.
This post was co-authored by Kaleena Black, Educational Resources Specialist, and Monica Valentine, Program Specialist in the Library’s Center for Learning, Literacy and Engagement. As we continue to observe Women’s History Month, we wanted to shine a light on the achievements and pioneering work of diverse women across fields and professions, including the women of …
This is a guest post by Dr. Kellie Taylor, Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator at the Library of Congress 2018-2019. In the post, she discusses her ideas and the design behind the "UnLOCk the Box" puzzle activity, which is now featured on the Library's family engagement site.