Students can explore the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, Georgia, the only museum solely dedicated to the American POW experience. The museum is one of three features at the Andersonville National Historic Site, along with the Andersonville National Cemetery and the former Andersonville Prison.
Directly addressing modern social issues that students care about can stimulate provocative conversations about the roles of research and science in society. With more than 400 STEM resources from collections like Above the Noise, It’s Okay to be Smart, Braincraft, and the Origin of Everything, participants will learn to navigate the most engaging content in the PBS universe while connecting standards from the classroom with the world beyond.
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Each week during the session, host Stephen Fowler will be answering questions from students about what goes on at the Georgia Capitol, like “Who’s in charge of taxpayer money?” or “What's the legislative schedule?"
An exploration of antebellum Savannah through the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters