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Help us locate MACOS materials!
January 30th, 2009 by admin

Dear reader,

We are still in the process of compiling the entire original (Hu)man: A Course of Study curriculum. The missing pieces are mostly posters and photomurals, plus a few of the animal films.

If you are a former MACOS teacher or student that happens to have any of the items on the list below, please let us know at webmaster@macosonline.org!

Thanks for your help in assembling a complete resource for the learning community.

Films

Life Cycle of the Salmon
Herring Gull Behavior
Animals in Amboseli
The Younger Infant
The Baboon Troop
Miss Goodall and the Wild Chimpanzees

Maps, Photographs, and Posters

Baboon Photomurals
Nairobi Game Park
Netsilik Photomurals
Pelly Bay
Hunting Caribou at the Crossign Place
Families of Pelly Bay
A Camp on the Sea Ice
Seal for Sharing

Games

Caribou Hunting with Bow and Arrow rulesheets
Caribou Hunting at a Crossing Place rulesheets
Seal Stickers
Seal Hunt Record Charts
Eskimo Cards

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2 Responses  
  • Dympna Duffy writes:
    March 24th, 201022:35at

    A set of the films was given to the CAtholic University, Strathfield in Sydney Australia when the NSW university closed some twelve years ago or more. They were bulky and I doubt they’d still be there. Is it possible to get copies on cd or dvd anywhere? Similarly full set of course materials?
    Dympna Duffy
    Principal
    Southside Montessori School

  • Dr Gary G Pears writes:
    June 30th, 201121:19at

    Hi Dympna

    I am also trained and am keen to do some MACOS with our Middle and Upper Secondary students. This site is a real find given that the Unis in WA who had the KIT are unable to say what has happened to them. I know that Dr Wally Moroz from Edith Cowan was a very strong advocate and probably has the full kit stashed somewhere safe! Have not been able to contact him.

    With any luck all the resourses will be found and preserved for educational access.

    Gary Pears
    Principal
    Perth Montessori School


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