Category Archives: Teachers

How ANY Classroom Can Become a Global Classroom—In Five Easy Steps

(I wrote this post for National Geographic Education’s blog in the spring. Thanks to all the readers who made this one of their most widely read articles ever! Here’s the link to the original piece, or read it below. Thanks for stopping by!) An ongoing communication with an enthusiastic social studies teacher in a large…

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Making Experiential Learning Real With the Out of Eden Walk

I’ve been immersed in the learning possibilities around the Out of Eden Walk, thanks to my work with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and the dedicated, inspiring work of Paul Salopek, 2-time Pulitzer Prize Winner and National Geographic fellow.  I documented some of the many learning opportunities that arise thanks to this amazing project…

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An Exciting Professional Development Workshop for Teachers

Here’s the info sent to teachers in various networks about our @PulitzerCenter Workshop: ATTENTION Philadelphia-area K-12 TEACHERS! Join us for a UNIQUE (AND FREE!) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY. The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting IS COMING TO PHILADELPHIA! WHEN: November 7, 2013. 4:30 – 7 pm (Dinner will be provided) WHERE: Independence Charter School – 1600…

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