JOIN US AS WE EXPLORE IDENTITY & CULTURE!
Fun free programs for school groups
The FedEx Global Education Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is hosting an exciting interactive photography exhibit entitled kip fulbeck: part asian, 100% hapa July 1 through October 31, 2009. This exhibit offers a fun and educational way to explore questions of identity, diversity and world cultures, and we’d like to invite school groups to participate.
We are currently in the process of creating a free, age-appropriate program to help children explore this exhibit and we hope your school will join us! Programming includes a treasure hunt, interactive activities, film and more! This program is best for children in the third grade or older; however, we are able to modify the activities to be suitable for younger children as well. We hope your class will be able to explore the exhibition first-hand, but if that isn’t possible, we have several options available for you to experience the exhibit from your classroom.
Carolina Navigators: Host a presenter in your classroom or borrow a Culture Kit from the resource library
World View: An International Program for Educators
UNICEF Website: Information by Country
Kids Around the World: Learn about the lives, customs, and cultures of children around the world
Outreach World: A Resource for Teaching Kids About the World
Peace Corps World Wise Schools: Lesson Plans by Grade and Region
Teaching Tolerance Classroom Activities: The Geography of Diversity │ Family Ties and Fabric Tales │ Identity Posters