My job at the Young Readers Center allows me to be curious, ask a lot of questions, and find new ways to help children and teens connect with the Library of Congress and deepen their love of reading and learning.
Reflecting on related primary sources can provide students with a fun way to employ mathematical thinking to understand the history of sports such as baseball up to the present day.
I am a Reference Librarian in the Main Reading Room and the Women’s, Gender, and LGBTQ+ Studies Collection Specialist and Recommending Officer for the Library. In all aspects of my work, I facilitate access to Library collections and services
With the addition of the National Screening Room and other film resources to the Library of Congress online collections, students can now study political advertisements that were shown in movie theaters or on television.
When thinking about ways to incorporate music in classroom activities for Hispanic Heritage month explore the corrido, “a type of socially relevant narrative ballad.”
The Library of Congress invites you and your students to join in two upcoming virtual children’s author presentations.
Meet Kellie Taylor, an elementary teacher in Emmett, Idaho for the past fourteen years, She taught in the general classroom for first, second, and third grade before teaching engineering to kindergarten through fifth grade students the past six years. She is a Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow working at the Library of Congress.
Carolyn is here to share primary-source repertoire gems with the music education community, modeling how interacting with this repertoire can create well-rounded, standards-based musical experiences.
As the Head of Research and Programs at the American Folklife Center (AFC), I’m responsible for shepherding a wide range of public programming and researcher support.
Engaging students with poetry encourages their curiosity, and invites them into conversations with diverse voices and experiences they may not have encountered before. At its core, poetry is all about discovery!