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Bringing Education and Digital Media Together
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Abina and the Important Men has been chosen as a selection of the San Francisco Black Film Festival, and will premiere June 16th, at 6pm, at the De Young Museum: Tickets are free, register: https://goo.gl/FyxNXN Please DO register for your tickets, in…
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FIRST EPISODE OF ABINA IS NOW AVAILABLE ON ACTIVELY LEARN!   The Abina app, built for high school students around the animated movie of Abina’s life, is now available on the ActivelyLearn platform. Use this link:   or go to http://www.activelylearn.com/
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Judith Jeremie, a NY public school Social Studies teacher, had her students work with Abina.  They also collaborated with an art teacher to produce paintings that expressed their response to her story.  I’m pleased to be able to share a few of these…
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Here’s a great article in Schoolhouse Voices about using Abina in the classroom!       View story at Medium.com
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Will Fenton, Director of the Writing Center at Fordham University Lincoln Center, has written a wonderful article on Abina that really talks about the role played by teachers and students in its development.  Fenton writes that Abina’s  “success in…
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Peter Lapré, teacher extraordinaire, has just finished a unit using Abina in his 10th grade social science classes.  He used the museum project described in the lesson plans available at the ebuukuu website, but developed some additional, excellent…
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              David Sherrin and Andrew del Calvo, two excellent teachers, worked with their students using both the Abina app and the second edition of Abina and the Important Men.  They got great feedback from their students on the advantages of each.…
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Listen to KCBS coverage of Abina, by journalist Jeff Bell: Story 1: Story 2:
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Hey folks, If you’re in the Bay Area, you can hear Jeff Bell’s story on Abina on KCBS (740 AM, 106.9 FM) every hour on Sunday, towards the bottom of each hour.  We know you have to be a real fan to listen for an hour just for a 5-minute story, so we hope…
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