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THV 2012 powerpoint

  1. 1. Welcome!In Conflict & Crises2012 THV institute
  2. 2. Catskill ElementaryVisit to Cohotate Preserve 2003-04
  3. 3. Poughkeepsie Day School“The Hudson River Museum “ developed with the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College, the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum, and Clearwater 2004
  4. 4. Dobbs Ferry students seining with theNYS Department of Environmental Conservation 2004
  5. 5. Bethlehem Middle SchoolStudents visited Montgomery Place, Olana State Historic Site, & the Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College 2004-05
  6. 6. Haldane Elementary School, Cold SpringMural project with Scenic Hudson and Putnam History Museum 2005-06
  7. 7. Horizons on the Hudson Elementary School, Newburgh On the Sloop Clearwater 2005
  8. 8. Taconic Hills Schools, Columbia County Visit to Copake Iron Works, Taconic State Park 2006
  9. 9. Sophie Finn Elementary School, Kingston Painting a mural for fall 2006-07
  10. 10. Ellenville Middle SchoolSam’s Point Nature Preserve, 2007-08
  11. 11. Krieger Elementary School, PoughkeepsieColonial Celebration after visiting Phillipsburg & Van Cortlandt manors 2008
  12. 12. Green Meadow Elementary School, CastletonArchaeology project with Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center & Fort Crailo State Historic Site 2008
  13. 13. Beacon Elementary SchoolsJ.V. Forrestal, Sargent , South Avenue , and Glenham “I See Freedom” project with Mount Gulian Historic Site 2008-09
  14. 14. Randolph SchoolWappingers Falls
  15. 15. Fostertown Elementary School, Newburgh at Roosevelt-Vanderbilt NHS, 2011
  16. 16. Roundout Middle School students aboard John J. Harvey Tug boat, 2011
  17. 17. Dina Strasser’s keynote at 2011 institute
  18. 18. Photos of students were taken duringprojects and outings made possible inpart by Explore Awards from Teaching theHudson Valley.Thank you to teachers andphotographers who contributed photos!
  19. 19. Thanks to the following forcritical support of this year’s institute…
  20. 20. Master TeachersFranklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum and The New Deal Store Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel Roosevelt-Vanderbilt Historical Association
  21. 21. Teachers’ aides Central Hudson Barnabas McHenry and Chris Marchitello,Hudson Valley Greenway & National Heritage Area Field trip chaperones Hudson Highlands Land Trust Olana Partnership T.J. Cunningham, III R. Abel Garraghan Class Friends Historic Hyde Park Freeman (Ted) Putney
  22. 22. Teaching the Hudson Valley is a program of Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area www.HudsonRiverValley.com Hudson River Estuary Program, NY State Dept. of Environmental Conservation http://ww.dec.ny.gov/education/26.htmlNational Park Service’s Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Sites www.nps.gov/hofr, www.nps.gov/elro, www.nps.gov/vama Hudson River Valley Institute at Marist College www.HudsonRiverValley.net

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