Bringing the World into the Classroom
eBooks for exploration, education, empathy
A unique visual literacy methodology that transforms students into eagle-eyed photo-detectives who must search for – and decipher – visual clues…
This extraordinary photo-journey takes students to the heart of an Australian desert – where eleven year-old Ian lives in a cave…
Students go on a thrilling journey when they accompany Lanau, an Iban boy, and his uncle, through the Borneo rainforest…
While fifty children in an orphanage in Cambodia consider themselves to be one big family, eight year-old Indira in Belize is an only child…
Contrast and compare the subtle cultural similarities and differences in the lives of children from four continents (Africa, Europe, South America, Asia).
Journey to SchoolMORE
Everyday, children across the world set off for school. In their quest for an education, some walk, while others go by bike, by boat, by bus, by rickshaw or even on a modified motorcycle that fits twenty kids….
Houses and HomesMORE
Meet children who live in longhouses, caves, suburban homes, city apartments – and refugee camps.
Immigrants and RefugeesMORE
An extraordinary opportunity for young people (and adults) to meet individual children who have become immigrants or refugees…
All kids need to go to school, but schools are different across the world – some are modern, with lots of new computers and textbooks…
Photographs of real children and the lively narration take this subject beyond statistics and the abstract to show how water affects children…