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Nelson-Atkins At Home

Readers may remember the Nelson-Atkins Art Museum (located in Kansas City) from the 07-17-2005 Scout Report. While the museum is currently welcoming limited numbers of visitors into its spaces, its revived Nelson-Atkins At Home section welcomes users to virtually visit. Currently on view is Gordon Parks x Muhammad Ali: The Image of a Champion, 1966/1970, an exhibition based on several meetings...

https://nelson-atkins.org/nelson-atkins-at-home/
The A11y Project

The A11y Project is named for the numeronym for "accessibility" (the 11 designates the letters between the "a" and "y"). The name encapsulates the project's mission as "a community-driven effort to make digital accessibility easier," which is especially important because accessibility is "often overlooked in traditional digital design and development education." Readers looking to make accessible...

https://www.a11yproject.com
Teaching Children Philosophy

The Prindle Institute for Ethics, housed within DePauw University, exists to "inspire everyone to discuss the critical issues of our time in a deliberate way." "Everyone" includes children; after all, "discussing philosophy with children is a great way to improve their verbal skills," and their active listening. However, engaging young people in philosophical discussions requires a unique...

https://www.prindleinstitute.org/k-12-ethics-education/teach...
Amoeba Sisters

Launched in 2013 by sisters Sarina Peterson (a self-taught cartoonist) and Brianna Rapini (a former biology teacher), the Amoeba Sisters is geared toward high school biology teachers looking to bring creativity to their science classrooms. Their platform provides several resources for educators, including the Amoeba Sisters YouTube channel. Linked on the Videos page (under Creations), this channel...

https://www.amoebasisters.com
Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development

October 16 is World Food Day, an annual celebration recognizing the founding of the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization. Many of the holiday's themes, including sustainable food systems and environmentalism, are represented in the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development (JAFSCD). This open-access journal (as of 2018) "is the world's only peer-reviewed,...

https://www.foodsystemsjournal.org/index.php/fsj