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By Kristina Hulvershorn   Tasked with teaching water conservation to a group of kids ranging in age from 8 to 18, I enlisted the help of Aspen, one the teens who would be in the group, a few days before we would all meet. He and I wanted to strategize

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By Chris Parrucci   Firefighter, professional basketball player, doctor, lawyer… These are common answers children will give when asked what they want to do when they grow up. Another popular choice is veterinarian and when asked why, a child usually replies, “Because I love animals!”   Just like so many

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At HEART we work with students of all different ages in many different settings, and we teach a wide variety of topics related to people, animals, and the planet. We create outlines, lesson plans, and gather materials for activities well in advance so that we can deliver the best programs

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By Mickey Kudia   I am the least tech-savvy person in the world. However, from my experience, students love it when I incorporate technology in my lessons. Watching students get excited about an app or website, makes the extra effort of researching new tech tools all worth it.   Below