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History: a cultural approach ...to tell the story well

Most Likely to Succeed

What does a “21st Century Learner” look like?  On April 8 2017, Educators from around Georgia and Alabama helped us answer that question. We saw how education may be re-imagined through the screening of the film, Most Likely to Succeed.  They also left the workshop with Cultural Approach to History activities ready to incorporate into your classroom, as well as ideas for encouraging creativity and inquiry in your students. Displayed below are several pictures that highlight the event.

  • a craft project on a table
  • a craft project on a table
  • multiple people working on a craft project
  • a sign with the six areas of cultural approach
  • multiple people working on a craft project
  • multiple people working on a craft project
  • multiple people working on a craft project
  • multiple people working on a craft project
  • multiple people working on a craft project

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The Cultural Approach to Summer Camps

Over the Summer the Ivey Center was delighted to play host to the Timekeepers Camp! Our educators and their students become enthralled in the immersive experience that allowed them to travel back in time! Some highlights of the event can be seen in the video below.

Timekeepers Summer Camp