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UHI third graders learn about European emigration


February 19. 2013 9:52PM
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Barbara Welch's third-grade students at the United Hebrew Institute recently visited Dr. Robert S. Gardner, assistant professor of education, and his Education 360 class at Wilkes University to learn about the events surrounding the pilgrims' emigration from Europe to America. After the visit, the third graders wrote initial drafts of their reports which were sent to Gardner's students to proofread. Wilkes students then visited UHI to help the students with their revisions. Some of the participants, from left, first row, are Joseph Schwartz, Laurel Roth, Zahava Griver, Bekah Kornfeld and Gavin Good. Second row: Gardner, Brittaney Costigan, Angela Palmerio, Marjorie Whispell, Nicole Scharpnick, Amanda Coombs, Michael Bauman, Jonathan Martin, Welch and Cora Gibson. Also participating were Kaci and Madison Kranson.




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