Using Storytelling and Literature to Build Student Engagement and Connection During a Global Crisis


Date and Time:

Thursday, May 7, 2020, 1:00pm


The quick transition to online learning has left students, parents, and educators struggling with stress and lack of engagement with their online classrooms. Although our current lived experiences are dramatically different from one another, we all can benefit from having the space to share our stories and to imagine a better world in which we want to live. Join us to see tips, to find new resources, and to hear how storytelling and literature can increase student engagement and connection during global crises. Resources will feature climate change education and will benefit STEM, ELA, and Social Studies educators and parents.

Can’t make it? Register to get a recording, and links to the resources shared.

Join us by computer, phone, or tablet!