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Zachy the Robot™: Quest for the Museum Treasures Educational App

Zachy the Robot™: Quest for the Museum Treasures Educational App | EHS2P History | Scoop.it

GenevaMars, publisher of STEM-focused educational apps, and Carnegie Museum of Natural History, one of the top natural history museums in the country, have joined forces to create a new educational children’s game, Zachy the Robot™: Quest for the Museum Treasures. Starring the award-winning Zachy the Robot™ cast of characters, Quest introduces children ages three and up to paleontology, mineralogy, and geology through a fun, interactive adventure game. Now available on Apple’s iTunes App Store for iPad, Quest includes puzzles, mini-games, and a fun story that will entertain and educate children for hours.


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Ann Wetherell and the "Flying Tigers: Chinese American Aviators in Oregon, 1918-1945" | KBOO

Ann Wetherell and the "Flying Tigers: Chinese American Aviators in Oregon, 1918-1945" | KBOO | EHS2P History | Scoop.it

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Wow! Never heard of this group.

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John Jung's curator insight, November 3, 2013 5:51 PM

Professor Ann Wetherell tells us why Portland had an unusually large number of Chinese-American pilots in the early 1900s. Professor Wetherell is the curator of “Flying Tigers: Chinese American Aviators in Oregon, 1918-1945″.

Interviewed and produced by Andrew Yeh.

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Famous Women in STEM: A History

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When we look back in time we remember some pioneers who are studied in school because of the marks they have left behind. Remember Albert Einstein, Alfred Nobel, Aristotle?

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Chinese laundries

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“ Chinese laundries developed as a major occupation for the first wave of Chinese immigrants who came to the United States during the mid-nineteenth century. Laundries opened throughout the co”


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Chinese laundries are often overlooked in U.S. History and immigration.

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John Jung's curator insight, October 24, 2013 11:46 AM
Overview of the rise and decline of Chinese laundry business in America.
Michel Ortiz's curator insight, October 24, 2013 10:33 PM

It's cool to learn about the lifelstyle that the Chinese immigrants had in the mid-1800's. Now instead of just believing the absurd stereotypes of Asian people owning laundrymats, now I know why people say things like that.

Kevin Kaatz's comment, October 27, 2013 11:03 PM
Remember to scoop material about the ancient world.