Author Archives: Emily Potter-Ndiaye

Urban Exploration as a Tool for Teaching & Learning with Stephanie Krom

I’m pleased to introduce returning guest blogger, Stephanie Krom, who worked with BHS’s education department as a graduate student intern in the fall of 2012.  In her post below, she describes her experience with two of BHS’s urban exploration programs: … Continue reading

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Up for Debate: Thinking about the Supreme Court and Civil Rights with NYC Public School Teachers

I am working as an intern at Brooklyn Historical Society this summer as part of my Masters Program in Museum Studies at NYU.  Last week I attended a four-day summer institute for New York City Public School Middle and High School teachers. Brooklyn … Continue reading

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