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Inside Disaster: Experience the Haiti Earthquake

In this interactive experience students take on the role of a humanitarian aid worker, a journalist, or a quake survivor.
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In this interactive experience that uses real photographs and videos from the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, students take on the role of a humanitarian aid worker, a journalist, or a quake survivor. Guided by a narrator, they learn about the decisions that each must make in order to meet their objectives, at times finding themselves at odds with one another. This site is best used with older students, as its content can be graphic and disturbing.

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