READ the Seward Phoenix Log article about the launch of the KMTA elementary video curriculum! The curriculum was developed for the Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage by Marc Swanson as a resource in teaching the history and heritage of the Eastern Kenai Peninsula. The 5 to 11 minute video vignettes are narrated by students and tell the colorful stories of the peoples and places of the KMTA National Heritage Area. With vintage video, historic photographs, and an original music score, the premier showing in Seward was a hit, filling the Seward Library & Museum community room to capacity.
For more information about how the video curriculum can be used in your school or home-school, contact firstname.lastname@example.org