Students share stories of the women “architects” in their lives (or in the world) who have most shaped their worldview or their values.

Students engage family members in sharing stories of their history, dreams, or struggles - and share these stories with their peers. 

Educators learn about the neuroscience of storytelling and experience for themselves a storytelling activity they can use with students. The activity is the first session in our new guide, Teaching as an Act of Solidarity: A Beginner’s Guide to Equity in Schools.

Invite students to think about the power of storytelling, and make time for storytelling in your classroom.

Students create and share with peers a playlist that tells a story in seven songs as a way to provide support, solace, and inspiration during hard times.