The Learning Together page was launched in 2019 to connect K12 teachers across the country with the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center’s programs, curatorial expertise, and recognition of community anniversaries. Today, Learning Together serves as an online venue for thematic education content that features interviews with experts and members of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities, links to community-created educational resources, book recommendations, classroom discussion ideas, and much more. This site also functions as a launching pad to our other educational resource offerings, such as activity books and poetry collections, which can be found below.
Check out our latest Learning Together activity: Kindness Heals!
Continue scrolling down to view content that can be modified for Social Studies and Literature units, and activities suitable for all ages.
The information below includes links to resources for educators in four main categories:
• Anti-Asian racism due to COVID-19
• Activities and Videos for Students, Families, and Lifelong Learners
• Content suitable for Social Studies units
• Resources about Diverse Literature for the Classroom.
The grids below include links to content that can be found throughout the Learning Together page and the SmithsonianAPA website. These grids will continue to expand with new content and activities. We hope you will revisit this page often to see what’s new!