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This week, we learned … … why isochrone maps are making a comeback. Use our activity to help students map time and distance in their school or community.     […]
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 By Koen Timmers We are living in an era in which refugees have become ubiquitous. Due to war and conflicts in places like Sudan, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, and DR Congo, […]
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SCIENCE A new class of microorganisms kills drug-resistant “superbugs”—and lives in dirt. (Washington Post) Learn more about antibiotics and the biotics they target with our Q&A here. Teachers, scroll down […]
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SCIENCE Densifying lumber can increase its strength tenfold. (Popular Mechanics) Learn more about this eco-friendly renewable resource here. Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our […]
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I was fortunate to attend the National Council for Social Studies convention when it was held in St. Louis with my colleague and fellow #worldgeochat moderator Chris Heffernan (@cheffernan75) . […]
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WORLD More than 70 years after the Blitz, a WWII-era bomb prompted authorities to cancel flights at London City Airport. (BBC) Learn more about the Blitz here with our short […]
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ENVIRONMENT When it comes to deforestation, wood and water are often looked at in isolation. However, there is a significant link between deforestation and reduced fish catches. (Geographical) This current […]
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Here’s an advance look at some of the “This Day in Geographic History” (TDIGH) events coming up this week. For each date, we’ve matched it with a map or visual, […]
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  This week, I am heading to the beautiful and historic city of Savannah, Georgia, to present about “Challenges and Successes in Teaching Evolution” at the Southeastern Evolutionary Perspectives Society […]
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This week, we learned … … how to navigate like a Texan. Read of the week! What kind of language do you use to navigate?     … Canada changed […]
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