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Mission Control: Human Spaceflight
From Apollo to the Space Shuttle, ISS and finally the SLS, learn about humans in space!
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Artistic Roots: Alabama's Creative Culture
Explore the study and creation of music, theatre, sculpture, folk, and visual arts in AL.
Special | 58m 50s
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Students learn about Vietnam War by meeting veterans & visiting Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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Archaeology Adventures: Early Alabama History
Three young kids venture outside their 2-D world to learn about early Alabama history.
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Gulf Detectives at Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Episode 2
Animals of the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Science detectives explore Dauphin Island Sea Lab.
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Exploring Monticello takes students into Thomas Jefferson’s home. 5th-7th Grade.
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Gulf Detectives at Dauphin Island Sea Lab
Beaches, coastal wetlands, Mobile Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.
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Exploring Mount Vernon
Explore the famous Mount Vernon estate in this electronic field trip to the historic home.
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Experiencing Shakespeare | Up on Your Feet
Get your students "up on their feet" to perform a Shakespeare insult war!
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Explore the Folger Shakespeare Library, home to the world's largest Shakespeare collection
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Project C: Civil Rights Today
A special youth town hall discussion about race, racism and other issues of equality.
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Project C: Montgomery Bus Boycott
Student reporters visit the Rosa Parks Museum and other historic sites
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Project C: Freedom March
The Fiftieth anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery March
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Project C: The Civil Rights Act
Students explore the links between social activism, democracy and the legislative process.
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Project C: Taking Action
Student reporters meet with activists and discuss issues of inequality and discrimination.
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Project C: Boycotts and Lawsuits
Students reporters visit the Southern Poverty Law Center and meet activists from the 1960s
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Project C: The Children's March
Students explore Birmingham, AL to learn about the American Civil Rights Movement.
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Our Nations Capitol
Uncover the history, art and architecture defining America’s living symbol of democracy.
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