This collection features over 30 films and lessons for use in AP Human Geography, across nearly all units for the course. Unit 1: Thinking Geographically This first unit is about examining the essential ideas and skills used by geographers. Most of the resources in this section examine Human-Environmental Interaction. Tracking the Python Threat in the […]
A former park ranger is on the hunt to complete a collection of posters by artists commissioned by the government celebrating national parks.
Retro Report’s resources feature engaging short videos, lesson plans and student activities that are aligned to Advanced Placement courses in U.S. History, U.S. Government and Politics, Human Geography, Psychology and Environmental Science. This collection contains over 75 videos and lessons for use in the AP United States History course. The resources for Units 8 & 9 are […]
Honeybees, heroes in the national food supply, are under threat from parasites, exhaustion and a mysterious ailment. Here’s how beekeepers and scientists are fighting back to save the hives.
Ancient methods of collecting and storing rainwater are being used to address severe drought today.
Debates over development in the world’s largest rainforest have led to deadly conflicts, threats to its indigenous people and harm to the global atmosphere.
A disastrous oil spill off the coast of Alaska and massive explosion of a rig in the Gulf of Mexico revealed a pattern of unsettled standards and inconsistent oversight that cast doubt on the oil industry’s preparedness for future accidents.
In Ukraine, elderly Jewish citizens threatened by the war with Russia are being evacuated. As children, they escaped the Nazi invasion. Now some are finding refuge in a most unlikely place: Germany.
What obligation does the United States have toward people who are uprooted by war?
Both parties play the redistricting game, redrawing electoral boundaries to lock down power.
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