The My Hero Project offers an extensive array of hero-related teaching tools and documents in the Teacher’s Room section of its website. This video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXpNOIPyiPs) gives an overview:
In addition, there is a guide to the My Hero Project and its website (https://myhero.com/hosted/pdf/Educators%20Guide.pdf) for educators, used by 1000s of teachers around the world since 1995.
“The MY HERO Project’s child-friendly website (myhero.com) hosts an array of educational resources and a digital library that enable individuals of all ages to create, share and discover inspirational stories, art, audio, and short films with a global learning community. MY HERO offers a variety of technology applications to match different learning styles, interests and subjects taught. Participants can design webpages in the Create Program; upload or listen to speeches and music in the Audio Studio; view and submit artwork to The Gallery; watch short films in The Screening Room; browse a vast Directory of Heroes; read Spanish content in Mi Heroé; reflect on heroism in The Forum; or access current events in Newswire”
Check out other powerful hero resources at TheHeroPlace, including Hero Wisdom (such as that of script-writing coach Skip Press) and Hero Organizations (such as the Gallery of Heroes) as well as other Hero Tools (such as StoryCraft Hero-Story Writing Software). Also, search or submit to hero databases (such as hero-story databases) from around the Internet in the Your Heroes section of TheHeroPlace.
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