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View Resource National Geographic Society: Grey Wolf Educator's Guide Screenshot

For K-12 science teachers, National Geographic, in collaboration with wildlife filmmakers Jim and Jamie Dutcher, offers this downloadable guide to teaching about the Grey Wolf in North America. This guide is designed to be used by science instructors in traditional classroom settings as well as those who teach in out-of-school learning environments, such as after school programs, museums, zoos,...

http://www.nationalgeographic.org/media/gray-wolf-educator-g...
View Resource Why Treaties Matter: Self Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations Screenshot

The Minnesota Humanities Center, Indian Affairs Council of Minnesota, and Smithsonian National Museum of the Native American, with support from the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment, have teamed up to create Why Treaties Matter. This online exhibit explores "how Dakota and Ojibwe treaties with the U.S. government affected the lands and lifeways of the Indigenous peoples of the place now...

http://treatiesmatter.org/exhibit
View Resource Umbra Search African American History Screenshot

The University of Minnesota, in collaboration with Saint Paul's Penumbra Theatre Company, has created Umbra Search African American History, a search tool that brings together an extensive collection of digital materials related to African American history and art. The name is a nod to the Umbra Society, a 1960s literary collective that played a central role in the Black Arts Movement. With Umbra...

https://www.umbrasearch.org
View Resource How to Learn Math: For Students Screenshot

Stanford University offers this unique online course designed to help students of all ages and levels (and their instructors) develop "strategies to learn and to relate to math well." Taught by Dr. Jo Boaler, a professor of mathematics education at Stanford, this course is intended to help students who have had negative experiences with math classes gain both the confidence and the metacognitive...

https://lagunita.stanford.edu/courses/Education/EDUC115-S/Sp...
View Resource Jule Eisenbud collection on Ted Serios and thoughtographic photography Screenshot

The papers of Jule Eisenbud, a psychiatrist, author, and researcher who lived from 1908-1999, were donated to UMBC (University of Maryland Baltimore County) in 2002. A large component of the collection documents Eisenbud's work with Ted Serios, a Chicago bellhop who claimed to be able to produce "thoughtographs," photographic images generated from his thoughts. Eisenbud wrote a book about Serios, ...

http://contentdm.ad.umbc.edu/cdm/landingpage/collection/Eise...

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