Carol Chor
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"Let the Father of Ecology be your guide through the rainforest of the 1800s".
 
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You can take your students on a virtual fieldtrip to the rainforest of the 19th C, led by Karl von Martius, the Father of Ecology, with readings ...
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This is part of an eco ed website, listed as "Earth Day and Beyond" or "Remember the Rainforest", which is available as a subscription on TPT. It...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I started teaching elementary school in East Orange NJ in the 1960s. I am currently substitute teaching in the Allentown PA school district, working mainly in Special Ed.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Louise S. McGehee in New Orleans and from Goucher College in Baltimore MD. After that I am basically self educated in digital graphic arts and publishing, learning what I needed to know to produce my eco-education website, Remember the Rainforest.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

My daughter, an ecology educator returned from Brazil with a poster from the Martius-Spix expedition. I was intrigued and found that the original works of the expedition were housed just 12 miles from my house at Lehigh University. I spent every spare moment for the next 10 years in the rare book room copying the explorers images and referencing the text so it would be easily accessible for today's students.