In this free webinar event, students will have the opportunity to hear from NHD judges and archivists Leslie Pryzbylek and Sierra Green as they help students identify, evaluate, and use primary sources. Participants will gain insight into the availability of local collections and will learn the skills needed to Google primary sources like a pro. A short discussion of organizing research and a Q&A session will follow.
Join the Heinz History Center for “Rachel Carson: Rise of the Environmental Movement” a free webinar for teachers and students on Thursday, March 31st. This virtual program will explore the story of Rachael Carson, scientist, ecologist, and writer whose work sparked the modern environmental movement. Learn more about how Rachel Carson observed the natural environment and the impact of humans on it resulting in increased environmental awareness throughout the nation.
There are two webinars with Q&A sessions scheduled for this free, virtual program. One for grades 3–6 at 10 a.m. and one for grades 7–12 at 1 p.m. on March 31st.
This program is free to attend. Please register in advance.