This week, we learned …
… what the future holds for neighborhoods, and what the future holds for megaregions.
Use our activity to create a map of your school neighborhood or region!
… three simple steps to mastering any subject.
IT WORKS! THIS IS HOW WE CREATE OUR ENCYCLOPEDIA!
… the ‘atlas of the underworld’ and the ghosts of past geography lead to the center of the Earth.
Learn a little about the underground ghosts of past geography with our resource on the mantle.
… what happens when Finnish teachers work in U.S. schools.
Finnish teachers cannot apply to be Grosvenor Teacher Fellows! Americans and Canadians CAN!
… China is building a solar farm in Chernobyl’s exclusion zone, and Ukrainian farmers are harvesting radioactive berries there.
How else are people interacting (or not interacting) with the environment at Chernobyl?
… navigators in the U.S. Navy are turning away from GPS and back to the stars. We’d like to imagine it goes like this.
What landlocked travelers use celestial navigation?
… Amarillo has more refugees than any other city in Texas, and their ally is a retired teacher named Miss Evelyn.
How would you welcome and acclimate refugees to your neighborhood?
… how we domesticated animals, how we domesticated corn … and how they domesticate us.
… Gaza Sky Geeks are investing in girls’ education, technology, and their own community.
Why is unemployment so high in Gaza?
… our hominin ancestor Lucy spent a lot of time hanging out in trees.
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Good day.. I learn a lot of things around…by reading this part…