There are many ways to learn. Our free-to-use, curriculum-based discovery units are learner-centered and pedagogically designed to engage each student’s unique development strengths.
Be an architect of social change; help build tomorrow’s socially responsible corporate leaders, today. K12 Global is proud to work with corporate partners who recognize that social responsibility leads to corporate success.
Partners for Change
Individual ideas can be powerful forces of positive change when they are partnered with socially responsible organizations. Check out our partners and let us know if you have an idea that we can help bring to life.
Enrich the lives of students, their teachers, and the communities we all call home.
Multiple Intelligences: Soaring to new heights in the classroom
Dr. Howard Garner of Harvard University has challenged the prevailing assumption that all students learn the same materials in the same way. His Multiple Intelligences theory establishes seven distinct styles of learning, including Visual-Spatial, Logical-Mathematical, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal and more. Our lesson plans are aligned with current classroom curriculum and are structured around each student’s unique learning style. The learning outcomes are designed by leading educators, researchers and students to be classroom
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Schools for Social Justice
Based on award winning author Thomas King’s novel “The Inconvenient Indian”
Our Schools for Social Justice education modules begin with the writings of award-winning author, Thomas King, as we explore Aboriginal History and Culture. These themes are central to our lives as Canadians and are a fitting foundation for our School of Social Justice.
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Schools for Arts and Culture
Explore arts and culture from around the world and in your own community – this program has customizable activities where teachers can insert local events, art shows and plays. The K to 8 program is cross-curriculum linked and is built for schools without a dedicated Art teacher.
Schools for Healthy Living
This program is designed to create awareness around healthy lifestyles and choices that impact physical and mental health. It encourages inclusion and empathy through a series of hands-on exercises that are accomplished through teamwork in a classroom setting.
Schools for Global Leadership
Global leadership skills are built deliberately through mentorship, careful study and practice. These programs are designed to promote critical and creative thinking, global literacy and ethical conduct in order to contribute to society in a meaningful and responsible way.
Schools for a Living Planet
Designed for Grades 3 to 8 this program had 200,000 students actively engaged in year one and by year three this grew to over 600,000 students.
K12 Success Factors
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We engage students about topics that are important to all of us today – and tomorrow – in a way that textbooks simply can’t.
K12 programs educate our children on important issues we face today, setting the foundation for positive change.
Grassroots programs. Reach millions of students. Create positive change.