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“We All Can Be Storytellers” — How One Teacher Uses Storytelling to Improve Equity and Access

This post was written by Dr. Yajaira Fuentes-Tauber. A few years ago, I started to become interested in photography, and that year for Christmas, my father-in-law gave me the National Geographic Photo Ark book. Around the same time, our local children’s museum happened to have an exhibition on the Photo Ark. Looking at the photos of the species at risk, I realized that my 1-year-old … Continue reading “We All Can Be Storytellers” — How One Teacher Uses Storytelling to Improve Equity and Access

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A Recipe for Good Storytelling: Cooking, Cameras, Community and the Power of Photography to Change the World

Feature image by Joel Sartore, National Geographic Photo Ark. This post was written by educator Jenna Conner-Harris. Photography is like cooking and baking: they are forms of art. All are done with love and care, meticulously created and crafted. Each work is meant to be better than the next, and then shared with others for enjoyment. Similarly, a photograph captures a slice of life and … Continue reading A Recipe for Good Storytelling: Cooking, Cameras, Community and the Power of Photography to Change the World

Scientists Build an Animal Fart Database

SCIENCE Yeah, you read that right. What else do you need to know, really? (Washington Post) Do we smell a citizen science project? Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our Teachers Toolkit. Discussion Ideas So, scientists have compiled a database of animal farts. What are farts? Farts, also known as flatulence, describe gas generated or held in the stomach or … Continue reading Scientists Build an Animal Fart Database