Reimagine Learning This is NOT Normal! How to model civil dialogue in Civics I want you to have access to my most recent webinar This is NOT Normal! How to model civil dialogue in Civics for social studies and history 8-13th grade teachers. https://vimeo.com/402311478 The focus of this embedded webinar is how to foster civil dialogue. […]
Try telling a classroom of students that it’s possible for a presidential candidate to win the majority of votes in the U.S., but still lose the election—and that it has happened four times. Bush v. Gore wasn’t the first time!
Drive around Rochester, New York long enough, and you are bound to run into an optics or imaging corporation. There are the giants, of course: Xerox Corp., Bausch & Lomb, Inc., and Eastman Kodak.
Recenly the Iowa caucus, the first test of electability for many of the presidential candidates, was held. Like many voters, we at Second Avenue are thinking about the 2016 election and following it closely.
Rochester Museum and Science Center-Science on a Sphere ExhibitOur team is in the process of designing the next several units of game-based curriculum for our Martha Madison series, which we are continuing to develop with support from the National Science Foundation.