Poetry appears in unexpected places at the Library of Congress. Here are suggestions on where to find it.
Why did publishers put poetry on broadsides? Learn more in this post.
Learn about how the Red Cross made live tableaux of some of their World War I posters in the post by Jan Grenci from the Picture This blog from the Prints and Photographs Division.
This post, written by Lesley Anderson, 2021-2022 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow, will provide ideas on how to help students learn about Thomas Edison and the phonograph.
Einstein Teacher Fellow Peter DeCraene explores how newspapers use imagery and analogies to help readers understand large numbers and make them more accessible.
Einstein Teacher Fellow Lesley Anderson shows how to use scientific illustrations to learn more about the attributes of animals such as bats.
Einstein Teaching Fellow Peter DeCraene shows how newspaper articles can be used to encourage digital literacy and in this instance a bit of math.
Explore the maps found in the writings of Jules Verne in this blog post by Cynthia Smith of the Geography and Maps Division.
Celebrate Women’s History month with this collection of new resources from the Library of Congress website.
Want to spend part of your summer at the Library of Congress? Learn more about professional development opportunities for educators.