SPRING 2023 CULTURE KIT RESERVATIONS WILL OPEN AT 9 AM ON DECEMBER 6, 2022.
UPDATE: Each school may receive up to 3 kits during the Spring 2023 semester. Requests for more than 3 kits from an individual school will not be accepted.
Read our most recent newsletter for other updates to the Culture Kit reservation system in Spring 2023.
Welcome to the Carolina Navigators Global Resource finder! Here you can view many of the resources we offer free of charge. We welcome any educator to use our digital resources and we will ship, free of charge, both ways, our culture kits to any educator in North Carolina. Please consider making a donation to our program, so that it can remain free for educators.
For an overview of what we offer, please visit our page for educators.
To browse culture kits only, by availability, visit our online reservation system.
If it is your first time reserving our kit, check out these Culture kit FAQ and Tips
Africa, Asia, Morocco, South Korea
This is a presentation about animals in South Korea and Morocco from our Fall 2015 Virtual Cultural Festival! There is also a Q & A portion at the end with K-12 students watching.
This video is a presentation from our spring 2017 Virtual Cultural Festival. Navigator Emma teaches about music in Italy and does a Q & A session on Italy with K-12 students in NC.
This video is a presentation from our spring 2017 Virtual Cultural Festival. Navigator Sian teaches about traditional sports in China and does a Q & A session on China with K-12 students in NC. You can watch the video, “Dancing on Water: The Chinese Art of Bamboo Drifting”, mentioned in the video here.
Austria, Balkans, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Europe, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia
This video is from our spring 2017 Virtual Cultural Festival. Navigator Sylvia discusses the former Yugoslavia and also does a Q & A session on Austria, Hungary, and the former Yugoslavia. This presentation is most appropriate for secondary and post-secondary students.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Europe
This video highlights the main concepts, struggles, and dilemmas with the Bosnian conflict (1992-1995).
In this Animoto video, Navigator Annie Rutledge talks about the England and beyond the “single stories” of Harry Potter and castles. She teaches about the small historical towns of Penrith in northern England, and it’s town fair. How does Penrith compare to your town?
Asia, South Korea
Navigator Grace presents a lesson on South Korea for elementary students.
Brazil, South America
In this Animoto video, Navigator Elliott Chen highlights various attractions in Brazil by drawing similarities between North Carolina and Brazil.
Afghanistan, Iran, Middle East
In this presentation, Navigator Mike teaches about Folktales from the Middle East. This video is part of a longer presentation from our Fall 2017 Virtual Cultural Festival. In the full presentation Navigators Chloe, Mike, and Bethany present on folktales in the middle east and from the Eastern Band Cherokee in the United States. This presentation was designed for a K-12 audience.
Hello and Konnichiwa! My name is Maura. When I was in high school, I lived on American military base in Japan. During that time, I experienced many cultural events and tried my fair share of Japanese food. In my three year stay, the thing that struck me the most were the people I met and the cultural traditions I got to see firsthand. Since you can get almost anywhere in Japan via the train system, you can experience some of this culture just by stepping off of a train and into a town. Let’s set…
In this Animoto video, Navigator Lily Herbert talks about Uzbekistan’s history, specifically its association with the Silk Road, its ancient cities, hubs for Islamic learning and trade, and the Soviet Union’s influence.
Here is all about a typical Rwandan wedding! Created By: Gabrielle Spinella – created at http://animoto.com
This video is part of an hour long virtual presentation about activism in India and Austria. In this portion of the presentation Sylvia talks about Friedensreich Hundertwasser (artist and architect) in Austria. This presentation was designed for 8th grade students.
In this virtual presentation, Navigator Sneha teaches a middle school class about activism in India. She specifically speaks about the Nirbhaya movement, and Indian feminist revolution. This video contains sensitive topics and is best suited for secondary and college level students. Please preview this video before showing it to your students. This video is part of an hour long presentation about activism in India and Nicaragua.
Asia, Central America, India, Nicaragua
This is a full virtual presentation about activism in India and Nicaragua. In this video Navigator Anna teaches about feminism and women’s rights in Nicaragua, and Navigator Sneha teaches about a feminist movement in India. She specifically speaks about the Nirbhaya movement, and Indian feminist revolution. Part way through her presentation, Anna shows the YouTube video, “Nicaragua: Victim of femicide laid to rest as women protest” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GXbE…. You can pause this…
This video is a part of an hour long virtual presentation on Arts Activism in Italy and England. The presentation was designed for 8th grade students. In this video, Navigator Emma discusses corruption, transportation strikes, rallies for equal rights, and the street artist Blu.
England, Europe, Italy
This video is an hour long virtual presentation on Arts Activism in Italy and England. The presentation was designed for 8th grade students. In this video, Navigators Emma and Sian discuss things such as corruption, transportation strikes, rallies for equal rights, and street artists such as Blu and Banksy.
Central America, Nicaragua
This video is part of a full virtual presentation about activism in India and Nicaragua. In this video Navigator Anna teaches about feminism and women’s rights in Nicaragua. Part way through her presentation, Anna shows the YouTube video, “Nicaragua: Victim of femicide laid to rest as women protest” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GXbEy6-Ngg. You can pause this video to watch it, and then come back to watch the end. This video is best suited for secondary students and college level students….
In this virtual presentation, Navigator Josh teaches a middle school class about activism in the Philippines, specifically Duerte’s war on drugs. Josh shows two videos from BBC during his presentation.
Caribbean, Puerto Rico
This video explores the influence and role of the Afro-Puerto Rican population.