Summer is supposed to be fun—and summer learning should be, too! Whether you’re looking for curriculum support, new content, at-home activities for students, or professional learning resources, DE is here to help you make this summer one to remember!
Check out NASA’s 15 new videos to meet NASA Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) as they describe the important work that they do, the latest projects they’re working on, and what keeps them motivated and inspired each day. From astrobiologists to instrument systems engineers, students can learn about how different careers fit into NASA’s work!
Kick off an exciting summer with the Summer Learning Activities Channel, which is full of grade-level specific, ready-to-use activities for Math, ELA, Science, and Social Studies. Whether you’re spending time at home or out on a summer adventure, DE can help you learn from anywhere! Take your summer learning even further with the Summer of Learning Channel, which offers a collection of resources for families wanting to extend their student’s learning or educators wanting to continue learning about best practices.
Take a Virtual Field Trip
Take students to the Country Music Awards or to meet real-life LEGO® play experts, without ever leaving the home or classroom! Virtual Field Trips are wonderful ways to keep students engaged in summer learning, no matter where they are, while introducing new places and interests. Find our full collection in the Virtual Field Trips Channel or get started with a few of our recent Virtual Field Trips below.
Join the USC Shoah Foundation for a Virtual Field Trip that will shape student perspectives on individual, small group, and large-scale resistance. Students will hear inspiring testimony from people who found the courage to resist injustices in the world and initiate a series of actions or a chain of resistance that unfolds in a variety of linked ways.
Meet students from around the country finding exciting ways to take creative action in their everyday lives and discover what inspires them to share their voice with others. Guide students to find value in becoming changemakers using creative action by tackling real issues, discussions, and making connections with stakeholders.