London, 1854. A medical breakthrough.In a fascinating manner, Deborah Hopkinson delivers a novel that draws the reader into the fictional story of a boy called Eel, while surrounding the narrative with the true, groundbreaking discoveries of Dr. John Snow. Dr. Snow’s work is not widely known, though he is a pioneer in the field of […]
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January 20, 2010 Al Boerema asks the question: What are some books that all Christian educators should read? January 30, 2010 Christian Altena begins the discussion: Hello all, I must admit that I don’t find myself reading very much outside my subject area, especially during the school year. So to start, a Christian teacher […]
My career as a history teacher began in 1970. Scholars at that time viewed medieval through modern history through the prism of technological progress, the evolution of democracy, and the struggle between the competing ideologies of capitalism and communism. By 1990, the curriculum was changing. Communism had collapsed and a new world order was emerging. […]