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Open Air Schooling: A Pre-Pandemic Tradition

Posted by: Rachel Gordon

  Since March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought many adjustments to our lives, including the way we learn. In education, students, teachers and families experienced virtual and hybrid classrooms, home schooling and learning pods. When schools reopened, the airborne virus led to more teaching and learning outdoors or with open windows. While it may …

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Veteran’s Day Activities for Children and Families: Highlighting Artists and Aviators

Posted by: Alli Hartley-Kong

This is a guest blog by Siobhan Miller, Teaching with Primary Sources intern at the Young Readers Center & Programs Lab.  With thanks to Megan Harris of the Veterans History Project. For more information on the Teaching with Primary Sources internship opportunity, please follow this link. As Veterans Day approaches, many of us are reflecting …