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Pop Quiz: Philippines

The Philippines is a mountainous country with low lying coastal regions. It was named in honor of King Phillip II… Read more »Read more »

Step-by-Step Guide for High School Instructional Reading Strategies

The guiding concept of Reading and Writing in the Content Area, a course for future teachers at Old Dominion University, is that… Read more »Read more »

What Native American Approaches to Science Education Can Teach Us

In February of this year, the Lakota people of South Dakota filed court papers against the construction of the Keystone… Read more »Read more »

Experiential Gifts Are a Win for Your Loved Ones and the Planet

Here’s to more love and less waste… More fun and less stuff… More joy and less stress this holiday season!… Read more »Read more »

Newly Discovered Orangutan Species Highlights Biodiversity Crisis

We, all people, are great apes. And yes that includes you reading this post. Large, tailless, and hairy, we roam… Read more »Read more »

How People in the Real World are Tackling 3 Global Challenges

The annual World of 7 Billion student video contest challenges students to think critically about the world’s most pressing issues.… Read more »Read more »

3 Middle School Lessons for Geography Awareness Week 2017

This week, Americans all over the country are celebrating Geography Awareness Week. For over 25 years, Geography Awareness Week has been as… Read more »Read more »

How is Population Growth Connected to Preventing Pollution?

The global community must manage an ever-growing amount of pollution as our population continues to grow by 80+ million people… Read more »Read more »

How is Population Growth Connected to Feeding 10 Billion People?

One of the greatest challenges facing our growing population is how we will feed 10 billion people. As our global… Read more »Read more »

How is Population Growth Connected to Advancing Women and Girls?

“Women hold up half the sky,” reads an old Chinese saying. Indeed, women have traditionally been the world’s farmers, child… Read more »Read more »