April 2021 Partner Spotlight We’ve added many new learning resources to our digital library this month, and want to share how our amazing content partners have contributed to these engaging additions. Read on to see a handful of partners we’re shining a light on this April. Amazing Me by Dove Self-Esteem Project We’ve partnered with the Dove Self-Esteem Project to bring Amazing Me to 4th and 5th grade teachers and students nationwide! Amazing Me is designed to provide standards-aligned, easy-to-use resources for educators and families to build life-long confidence and self-esteem in their students. Empower students to be confident inside and out with classroom resources focused on health, social-emotional learning (SEL), and body confidence. Get started with classroom activities and Virtual Field Trips available in the Amazing Me Channel. Fishtronaut Use this animated series to help younger students understand life science and earth-related topics like biodiversity, environmental pollution, common characteristics of animals, and more. Students can join Fishtronaut, Marina, and Zeek as they solve various cases about STEM while demonstrating the importance of local advocacy to create change. Explore bite-sized episodes that support problem-solving skill development in STEM fields. Browse the Fishtronaut Channel and check out the 24 new episodes available in English and Spanish. Global Oneness Project Through immersive storytelling and curricula, the Global Oneness Project brings universal values into the lives of educators and students while exploring the deeper issues facing humanity. Find award-winning films for grades 3-12 that help broaden student perspectives and world views while fostering inquiry, empathy, resilience, and a sacred relationship with our planet. Get started with their new Earthrise video for grades 6-12! Make the most of April with timely content, tools, and events! View the latest updates and featured content in our This Month at DE Studio Board. Go There Now Request a Demo Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Join marine conservationist and artist Guy Harvey and his daughter Jessica as they travel the world to study and document the largest predators and most exotic wildlife on land and in the sea. Get up close and personal with our wild world with Jessica Harvey’s Expedition Notebook series, and study all things related to the ocean with Marine Science 101. Dive into these new videos added to our Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Channel: Expedition Notebook: Blue Marlin Expedition Notebook: Nassau Grouper Spawning Expedition Notebook: Sailfish Baitballs Marine Science 101: Artificial Reefs Marine Science 101: Echinoderms Marine Science 101: Types of Sea Turtles Lyda Hill Philanthropies, AASA IF/THEN Ambassadors Explore this exciting series to find 43 new STEM Career videos for grades 6-8. The purpose of IF/THEN® is to create a culture shift around the perceptions of women in STEM careers and inspire the next generation of STEM pioneers. Introduce girls to real-life change makers developing the hottest video games, protecting animals in the jungle and working to cure cancer, piquing their interest in careers of the future. Get started with this video on Jennifer Adler, PhD: Conservation Photographer. NASA From the first lunar landing to the latest Mars rover to the vast network of satellites measuring the health of our planet, NASA has paved the way for humankind to explore the wonders of the cosmos. Learn about the groundbreaking technologies, daunting missions, and extraordinary talents of astronauts past and present. Take your space knowledge to new heights and browse the 32 new titles and images added this month. Science News for Students Science News for Students presents a diverse collection of articles designed for middle and high school students, helping them stay up to date with noteworthy STEM developments, innovations, and research from experts in the field. Topics cover significant advances in earth and space science, health and medicine, physics, technology, computer science, psychology, and more. Check out our new Science News for Students Channel today! We hope you and your students enjoy these new learning resources and be sure to join us here next month for more partner highlights.