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Good News: A NEW Curriculum

Good News: A NEW Curriculum

By Katherine Hodge, Public Education CoordinatorIt’s official: we have something NEW for you. Over the next few weeks, look forward to more posts with exciting things like a discount code, free lesson, and testimonials about our new Project Archaeology: Investigating...

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Sheltering Through the Storm

Sheltering Through the Storm

By Lianne Bennett, M.Ed., Deland High School and Sarah Bennett, M.A., RPA, SEARCH, Inc.People who live along the East Coast and Gulf Coast, especially those in Florida, are familiar with hurricane season, which begins June 1 and extends through November 30.  These...

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You’ll Never Walk Alone

You’ll Never Walk Alone

You'll Never Walk Alone By Katherine Hodge, Public Education Coordinator  Many things have happened in 2020—many of which I had completely forgotten about due to my preoccupation with COVID-19. For the past many months, teachers made creative changes to countless...

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Start a Conversation

Start a Conversation

Start a Conversation: resources for educators, families, and communities     Questions and conversation are essential tools for the classroom and home. Many students and children have questions about the events taking place in Minnesota's Twin Cities, in...

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Shelters on the Move

Shelters on the Move

Shelters on the Move By Katherine Hodge, Public Education Coordinator  Movement is a unifying human characteristic. We migrate, travel, and sail the seas. We run around to chase food, religion, riches, glory, or the one that got away. Before fairly recently, when...

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Shelters in the Ground

Shelters in the Ground

Shelters in the Ground By Katherine Hodge, Public Education CoordinatorSome of the most memorable and stunning pieces of humanity are the towering structures from the past—the Pyramids, Stonehenge, Machu Picchu, the Walls of Great Zimbabwe, or the Ha’amonga’ ‘a Maui....

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Shelters on the Ground

Shelters on the Ground

Shelters on the Ground By Katherine Hodge, Public Education CoordinatorThe concept of shelter is something most people don’t think about because it’s such a strange word. Home is often what comes to mind first because it is far more personal and intimate. A home is...

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