Zombies, alternative-learning techniques keep students engaged

06/18/2013 | HLN

Looking for a way to engage his middle-school students in geography lessons, Washington state teacher David Hunter created a full curriculum taught in the context of a zombie apocalypse. The curriculum, for which he received funds through the online program Kickstarter, is based on National Geography Standards and includes role-playing and textbook resources. Hunter now is raising money, also on Kickstarter, for supplementary curriculum materials that include graphic novels.

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