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22 Ways to Bring Earthrise Into The Classroom

Half a century ago humans saw planet Earth “rise” over another celestial object for the very first time.

nova_apollo_8_earthrise_hero Apollo 8 Earthrise Photo

Whether your students have never seen the iconic Earthrise image, or you happen to have a poster of it on your classroom wall, consider bringing some of the themes from Earthrise into your instruction with the resources from PBS LearningMedia. A great place to start is with the Earthrise film, which includes a Discussion Guide for educators.

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