This is a forum for children and young adults to share their spaces with peers and tell their stories. It is a way for them to be heard and have a voices in a safe space to do so.
The links below are educators' guides for middle and high school students. It is filled with engaging activities and resources for youth to speak freely about what they are going through in today's society.
Representation is a vital component when researching and finding literature for youth. It is valued more when youth see themselves represented in a story identical to their own. So when collecting literature whether it is in a classroom or building a collection for a library, diverse voices are very much important and very much valued in any community served.
There are so many ways for K-12 to learn or engage when it comes to research and beyond. There were two primary platforms used consistently by educators and librarians over the pandemic: Zoom and Google Classroom. However there are so many more interactive tools that can be used including some of our popular ones like YouTube. This section will share and introduce tools when engaging with K-12.