Saturday, January 16, 2010

How to include the Haiti disaster in classroom lessons

Having students create written responses to news photos of the Haitian earthquake and its aftermath or tackling the science behind the natural disaster are two ways educators might address this recent event in the classroom, according to suggestions outlined in this blog post. The writers offer links to background materials on the history of Haiti and relief organizations that provide aid to those affected by such events. The New York Times/The Learning Network blog

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