Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Martin Luther King Junior Day, or just any day of the week are important opportunities to bring your entire school together online for a virtually shared message that’s educational and entertaining.
Here are several outstanding virtual diversity school show ideas. Our multicultural online shows can help your teachers and students promote inclusion, tolerance and kindness. Visit each programs webpage linked below to learn more.
Diversity Circus is a pre-recorded, circus-themed virtual character education assembly that teaches elementary aged students we’re all different and all the same. Includes Dr. King’s message of acceptance, cultural diversity, diversity in the virtual classroom, being fair, and more. Support your school’s PBIS program and anti-bullying efforts, even while remote learning.
Diversity of Dance is a live and interactive virtual school show teaching students to the impact of globalization and the power of embracing cultural diversity through dance. Tracing through Jamaica, South Korea, Latin America, and India, Diversity of Dance shows students the creation and transformation of hip-hop throughout the world. Students will watch and participate in thrilling dance performances created to inspire students to push boundaries and embrace diversity.
Zonda Dance is a live and interactive online experience. Chris “Zondaflex” Tyler will have your students up and moving with hip hop dance, music, and some comedy too! Beyond dance moves and strategies for success, Chris can customize his online Zonda Dance program to include a Black History Month or other cultural awareness message along with his already included topics of Overcoming Adversity, the Power of Perseverance, Kindness, Respect, and others.
Tales From a Bicycle Seat – Multi-media storyteller, musician, and adventure cyclist George Maurer presents this virtual school show and takes students on a cultural exploration of his epic journeys across the US, Iceland, Patagonia, Sri Lanka, Canada, and Vietnam. Touches on diversity, cultural exchange, character education, growth mindset, and more.
The Virtual Game Show is great for Black History Month, Social Studies, and incorporating your school’s history curriculum. Your school may fully customize the questions and answer to virtually any topic! Multicultural, ancient civilizations, Jewish Holidays, Hispanic Heritage Month, Catholic Schools Week, and many others. It’s a great way for your students to work together while reinforcing their studies.
Virtual Art of Inspiration features Richard Hight, a nationally recognized artist/speaker who uses the fine arts to help his audiences create strategies for change by turning good ideas into great results. Customize the theme and topic for your school’s custom artwork creation and keynote discussion.
Virtual 123 Andrés – Bilingual – a high-energy and joyful online performance that celebrates the Latinx experience and delights both English and Spanish speaking school communities, and every general audience. Their authentic Latin-American spirit is one that all students can connect with. Andrés and Christina are experienced and engaging native-Spanish speakers. They bring a unique flair to their bilingual virtual assembly program.
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