In addition to more than 1,000 full-length testimonies from Holocaust survivors and witnesses, IWitness enables educators and students to browse video clips sorted by common topics associated with the Holocaust.
University of Wisconsin's site for science exploration and discovery. Not just chemistry/physics/biology, though; WhyFiles also covers topics like why people pull a trigger at a mass shooting, whether technology is dumbing us down, etc. Classroom activities also available.
The Coverdell World Wise Schools program fosters an understanding of other cultures and global issues by facilitating communication between Peace Corps Volunteers and U.S.
An excellent autobiographical story about a man and his wife traveling to Papua New Guinea, living in a very poor village, and showing photos from home. The villagers looking at the photos spot two homeless men and inquire about them, and then want to fly the men over to their village where they will house and feed them.
Use with info text articles about homelessness, cultural awareness.
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