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Online teaching resources
Africa: Exploring Global Issues In a Regional Context
Provides ten things students should learn about Africa and brief synopses of eight issues playing out around the continent as well as resources for further research.
Large compendium of Africa-focused resources for teachers, including the Children’s Africana Book Award.
African Studies Resources for K-12 Educators
Compiled by librarian Marion Frank-Wilson and maintained by African Studies librarian Mireille Djenno.
Childhood in Africa: An Interdisciplinary Journal
A peer-reviewed, open access journal publication by the Institute for the African Child at Ohio University.
Global Literacy Invitation Project
Part of the the IU School of Education's Center for P-16 Research and Collaboration, the Global Literacy Invitation Project introduces in-service teacher participants to quality children’s literature that supports global learning and connections. Teacher participants are introduced to the Global Literacy Invitation teaching strategy and examine ways in which their students can participate in an open-ended investigation that extends the theme of the book into other areas and subjects, including technology, science, math, music, and art.
Quartz: Africa Weekly Brief
A digitally based news outlet for business people in the new global economy.
React and Respond: The Phenomenon of Kony 2012
Written on behalf of the Outreach Council of the African Studies Association.
Talking about "Tribe:" Moving from Stereotypes to Analysis
Short article on the problems of using the word “tribe” when discussing Africa.