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Resources for Teachers

The following curricular and classroom resources are available for teachers:

Global and Regional Resources​
Children's and Young Adult Literature
Books of Distinction

Curriculum Related
Graphic Novels

Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Through Art & Literature

Thanks to the U.S. Department of Education's International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE), for funding these initiatives:

MSU Broad Art Museum Teacher Fellowship Program

The MSU Broad Art Museum, in partnership with the African Studies Center, Asian Studies Center, and the Center for Latin America & Caribbean Studies have held two Teacher Fellowship: Global DEI Through Art programs for K-12 educators of all subjects to broaden students’ understandings of global diversity, equity, and inclusion; deepen their critical thinking and curiosity about people around the world; all the while building skills of observation, imagination, and creativity through experiences with art. 

2022 MSU Broad Teacher Fellowship Resource Libraries with global DEI, art and education resources.

2022 MSU Broad Teacher Projects

2024 MSU Broad Teacher Projects

2024 MSU Broad Teacher Zine

Global Children's Literature Teacher Fellowship Program

The Michigan State University College of Education, in partnership with the Asian Studies Center, African Center for Latin America and Caribbean Studies, and African Studies Center hosted the 2023 Global Children’s Literature Teacher Fellowship program. This fellowship brought together K-12 classroom teachers from around mid-Michigan, with a team of MSU faculty and graduate students to connect local and global ideas through children's literature.


2023 Global Literature Teacher Fellowship Projects 

2024 Global Literature Teacher Projects

The contents of these resources were developed under a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.

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