“appetite for and enthusiastic response to innovative
- Xu & Moloney, 2011
“captured their attention and motivated their work”
- Schroeder, 2008
“the students really seem to pay more attention
- Knight, 2003
Article about significance
of Pete Seeger
Pete Seeger Recording
Book about population
changes in Detroit
Experiment to treat depression
by introducing meditation
Book about medicinal benefits
Slide background by Evelyn Flint
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