Broadening World Views of Students

Providing educators with free, creative multimedia resources to address the critical need for global education in our schools


In the 14th century, the Dogon people fled the advancing Arabs and found protection on the rocky Bandiagara cliffs, where they built their unique villages.


Iran’s Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque in Isfahan is one of the masterpieces of Persian architecture.


Families are fleeing government corruption, poverty and violence, significantly reducing enrollment in Guatemalan schools.


It’s a religious duty for Buddhist boys beginning at age 7 to become novice monks.  Just as Buddha left his own family to seek enlightenment, the monks live in a monastery where they learn morality and respect.

Cultural Jambalaya completes free 12-part Seen By Me video series

Cultural Jambalaya’s new video series, Seen By Me, is now available. The 12-part series provides classrooms with multimedia content and lesson plans that improve students’ global awareness and cross-cultural understanding.

Seen By Me features cultures, histories, religions, traditions and rituals from the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Asia. Produced by Kevin May and Zoe D’Amato, Seen By Me is crafted for younger students ages 7-13, a critical age when young people are forming a broader understanding of the world.

In addition, each Seen By Me episode has closed captioning in English, Mandarin, Spanish, Arabic and French with additional languages to come.

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Share photos and stories at #SeenByMe

Seen By Me also serves as a creative interactive strategy for students to share their own photos and stories as they learn about the world beyond their borders.

Kids can explore different places and perspectives, share art and stories, and interact with the global community through photography.

Students are encouraged to document their own observations on social media, using the hashtag #SeenByMe.