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Bridging Traditions from the Alaskan Arctic to the Mississippi Delta

Experience sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and touches of the Mississippi Delta, creating bridges from these to today's challenging topics like racism, class divisions, and urban violence. With the backdrop of a music-rich slideshow, the panel will share crossroads in the Delta with these topics, and their use in classrooms in across America.

Walking for Water, Walking for Life

Water, human rights, activism, and Africa come together in a social studies and language arts integrated curriculum unit based on the South Sudanese experience.

Museums-Expanding Our Vision of the Traditional Classroom

Investigate researched-based museum methods on the American Revolution from Colonial Williamsburg master teachers. Character interpretation, hands-on learning, and technology provide innovative historical visions of 21st-century skills for students.

The Secret History of History

Viewing history through the lens of spying enables an examination of the secret history of history. Discover the secret operations that played a pivotal role in shaping today's world.


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