Learn more about the Our Common Purpose series of lectures from the Kluge center, the teacher workshops that took place after each lecture and the creator of the poster that accompanied the series.
Learn about the way a student used the Library of Congress collections to complete his research.
Jason Reynolds discusses how to deal with people’s expectations.
What did early mapmakers believe was at the center of the earth? This blog post provides suggestions from cartographer Athansius Kircher.
Learn how a teacher used LC resources to help her students discover their “superpowers” of imagination, analysis and critical thinking.
Explore our research guide on African American studies and find materials you might use in the classroom.
Meet Delaney Ford, an intern in the Professional Learning and Outreach Initiatives Office at the Library of Congress and her work to make our teacher resources more accessible to teachers with younger students.
Jason Reynolds explores the benefits of rest.
Explore the Lindgren Brothers’ maps and consider how maps are more than a representation of geographical facts.
Learn about National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, Jason Reynolds, and his Grab the Mic tour and his other online resources for students.