Owl Academy: Escape the Polar Express Adventure
In this course, learners will earn their place at the Owl Academy of Mystery and Magic as they solve a train-based mystery while unlocking magical rooms.
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All Aboard to the North Pole! Mission: You have been invited by the Owl Academy on a special winter tour. However, once aboard the North Pole Express train, you must solve a history case involving the legacy of Matthew Henson as an African American explorer. You will examine primary and secondary source clues examining debates around his North Pole explorations, as well as solve a series of ciphers and magical puzzles to unlock the special rooms at the Owl Academy. You will come across...
Examining what counts as a primary/secondary source, problem solving, reading comprehension, debate concepts, team building, code deciphering, creativity, deductive reasoning and basic math skills
I have a B.A. in History and an M.A. in World History, as well as an M.A. in Globalization Studies. I have always had a passion for research and World History, and feel that this course will provide a fun introduction into that world using a CSI themed approach to history! I worked as a teaching assistant for two years during my M.A. in early American history and Peace Studies, including the original 13 colonies, the role of women in the colonies, and early American slavery, including the Underground Railroad into Canada. My research thesis involved the role of freed black men and women in the 1980-1850s, and the ways in which their writings influenced political and social changes. The course will use some primary sources to engage students into the world of the Black History both in the U.S. and Canada! However, no previous reading is required for this experience!
1 hour 25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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https://cdn.filestackcontent.com/i9J102eRSh2zT1Y9PqJI https://www.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/article/the-legacy-of-arctic-explorer-matthew-henson https://untoldstories.net/1886/08/matthew-henson-explorer-scientist/
Dwitney Bethel"Just a spoonful of sugar...."
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Greetings Outschool Family! My name is Dwitney Bethel! I would describe myself as a vivacious and effervescent free spirit! I am originally from Nassau, Bahamas, but I consider myself a North American, as I spent nearly a decade in both the...