He and Newberg introduced the concept to about 70 urban, suburban and rural teachers in a session last fall and “everyone loved it. They thought it was great. They wanted more of that kind of stuff,” Pyszczek said.
In February, they unveiled it at a workshop of BPS leadership teams of administrators, teachers, parents, students and others, and again “it was very well received,” he said.
Ziemer called the videos culled from news footage and documentaries “an opportunity for students to get a different kind of learning experience, one that includes a firsthand account of the past.”