Teaching with Family Photographs:
“Writing With Family Album Histories” in Teachers and Writers Magazine (1983, Vol. 14, No. 5) http://teachersandwritersmagazine.org/writing-with-family-album-photos-1912.htm. Students produce original poetry through a close reading of a single family photo. Grades 6-12.
Digital Humanities, Teaching Guides, and the Asian American Experience:
“The Power of Words” from the Japanese American Citizen League. https://jacl.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Power-of-Words-Rev.-Term.-Handbook.pdf An educational campaign around the language of JA Incarceration.
“Teaching World War II Japanese Incarceration with Primary Sources” from DENSHO. http://www.densho.org/teaching-with-primary-sources/. An outstanding resource for educators and students alike, complete with video-based and primary document driven lesson plans.
“Chinese Railroad Workers Project in North America Project at Stanford University.”http://web.stanford.edu/group/chineserailroad/cgi-bin/wordpress/.
“An Introduction to South Asian American History” from South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA). https://www.saada.org/resources/introduction
Lesson Plans for Teaching South Asian America from South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA). https://www.saada.org/resources/lessonplans
People of Color Online Classroom. http://www.poconlineclassroom.com/ (resources, syllabi, blogs, zines)