Why teachers should address natural disasters with students

11/7/2012 | GothamSchools.org (New York)

Teachers in New York City and elsewhere affected by Sandy's destruction should not move on so quickly from the devastation the storm caused, writes teacher Christina Jenkins. Instead, Jenkins, who teaches a class on disaster response, writes in this blog post that the natural disaster should be a focus of classroom discussions and lessons. She writes about the missed opportunities to use the event to address cartography, disaster risk and other topics with students.

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