Teachers' Domain; ECHO
Master tape for ECHO project. Includes the following 10 videos: Living on the Coast echo07_vid_shorelines Arctic Climate Perspectives echo07_vid_climate Iñupiaq Whale Hunt echo07_vid_eskimo Ways of Navigation echo07_vid_navigation Oral Traditions echo07_vid_totem The Raven Story echo07_vid_raven Performing "The Walrus Hunt" echo07_vid_walrus The Voyage of Kealoha echo07_vid_kealoha Maui and the Creation of the Islands echo07_vid_maui Choctaw Dances echo07_vid_choctaw
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- Teachers' Domain
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Teachers' Domain is committed to providing teachers with a variety of professional development opportunities which are rigorous, inquiry-driven, and rooted in innovative classroom practices. Teachers’ Domain currently offers facilitated online courses, which can be customized and licensed by schools, districts, or states.
- Program Description
Launched 2007 The ECHO Special Collection provides rich, multi-disciplinary educational resources in science, literacy and language arts, fine art, and social studies. The combined skills, experience, and collections of our six institutions provide life-enhancing educational opportunities in and out of the classroom, strengthening knowledge of local culture and identity.
Learning From The People: Education through Art, Culture and History is a Teachers’ Domain Special Collection that uses place-based knowledge and experience, primary source research skills, and traditional narratives—both visual and oral—as models of language arts, fine arts, social studies, and science education correlated to the state and federal educational curriculum frameworks. A web-based collection of videos and interactive visual lessons supported by background texts and lesson plans, Teachers’ Domain’s ECHO collection presents two general thematic lines: the ecological effects of climate change on the animals and people of the Arctic, and the use of narrative and story to teach language arts and literacy.
Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations (ECHO) is a major, federally funded educational and cultural enrichment initiative, annually serving hundreds of thousands of children and adult continuing learners in Alaska, Hawai`i, and Massachusetts.
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- Chicago: “Teachers' Domain; ECHO,” 01/01/2005, WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed October 26, 2016, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_44DE11BF8C1949578DE007A94BBB78E5.
- MLA: “Teachers' Domain; ECHO.” 01/01/2005. WGBH Media Library & Archives. Web. October 26, 2016. <http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_44DE11BF8C1949578DE007A94BBB78E5>.
- APA: Teachers' Domain; ECHO. Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_44DE11BF8C1949578DE007A94BBB78E5