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 How Sprint’s 1Million Project Is Helping Displaced Students
How Sprint’s 1Million Project Is Helping Displaced Students
Sprint Works for Mobile Phone Safety
Sprint Works for Mobile Phone Safety
Sprint Provides Free Wireless Devices & Service to 1M Students
Sprint Provides Free Wireless Devices & Service to 1M Students
Tech & Learning Awards MackinVIA Best of Show at ISTE 2016
Tech & Learning Awards MackinVIA Best of Show at ISTE 2016
How GoFundMe Helped Me Enrich My Students’ Summer
How GoFundMe Helped Me Enrich My Students’ Summer
Teen Smoking: Designing a School Anti-Smoking Publicity Campaign
In this teacher-created lesson from the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, high school students create the visuals for an anti-smoking publicity campaign based on their research into the effects of smoking.
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: 20th Century Tobacco Advertisements
Not so long ago, tobacco advertisements were common. They showed healthy, vigorous, fun-loving people. Some ads featured famous athletes and celebrities. Others had actors portraying doctors, dentists and scientists. Read this article from the National Museum of American History to explore the tobacco industry’s reliance on advertising during the mid-20th century.
Smoking a Pack a Day for a Year Leaves 150 Mutations in Every Lung Cell
Researchers quantify just how bad smoking is for you, molecularly. Read this Smithsonian magazine article to learn more about their findings.
When NASA Told Its Astronauts to Quit Smoking
In the 1950s, smoking was generally accepted in the U.S. In fact, more than half of American men smoked. Read this article from the Smithsonian’s Air & Space magazine to learn why NASA asked its Apollo astronauts to refrain from smoking in public.
The World’s “Ugliest” Color Could Help People Quit Smoking
Read this Smithsonian magazine article to learn how officials hope color and hideous packaging could make would-be smokers think twice.