Teaching Resources

Our free resources support English teachers in elevating student voices in their curricula and classrooms, so that students can feel seen and inspired by what they read.

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Elevate Student Voices in the Classroom

After a time of tremendous grief, reading e-books by their peers can help students not only heal, but find their creative confidence and their power. If you're interested in lifting up student voices in your classroom or program, submit your interest here.

Courageous Conversation Slides

Kick off your lessons with a 10-minute conversation from the Novelly library! Our ready-to-go slides include quotes from youth-written literature and youth-created discussion questions to energize students.

Launching in Spring 2023

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Podcast on YouTube

Play or assign clips from our youth-hosted “Read to Heal” podcast! Students can watch their peers model courageous conversations in their in-depth discussions of e-books in the Novelly library.

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Teacher Case Studies

Learn how teachers are using Novelly's Teaching Resources to support their students in reading, writing, and discussing diverse student voices through our annually published case studies.

Launching in Summer 2023
To participate in a case study, submit your interest here.

English Teacher Advisory Board

The English Teacher Advisory Board is a group of teachers across the country who advocate for the teaching of student voices in English classrooms within their communities and networks of educators.

To learn more and apply, submit here.

Testimonial & Case Study

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“(Novelly) gave them the ability to have healthy relationships, as I noticed some scholars were very hesitant to share their stories in front of parents. However, I noticed how some of them felt relief after doing so and because they were able to open up and be their true selves. [One scholar] told me she feels like she learned how to better express herself through reflecting on past relationships and being able to write down her thoughts gave her better insights after all this time."

— Ariana L., House Sister, HomeWorks Trenton

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Together, we can build a movement for courageous storytelling and courageous conversations and create a world that celebrates the stories and voices of diverse youth.

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