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April 26th, 2009 by admin

Download materials from the original MACOS here. Includes booklets, instructional guides for teachers, and more.

This archive contains the entire collection of pamphlets and booklets for children, as well as teacher’s instructional guides. The course was brought online by Dr. Wendy Saul, professor of education at UMSL, in collaboration with Peter Dow of Firsthand Learning. Permission to use the materials non-commercially is granted by Education Development Center, and the films accompanying the written materials are available from Documentary Educational Resources.

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  • Susannah Benedetti writes:
    November 9th, 201108:31at

    Hello! Are the MACOS films available on video or DVD? Thank you for any information.

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  • Susan Harding writes:
    January 21st, 201216:31at

    I am talking to two teachers who taught MACOS in Oakland in the 1970s, 80s, 90s — until 2004. Would you like a copy of the “Animal Tapes”? Do you know how I can contact Peter Dow? I would like to be in contact with someone there. I am researching MACOS for a book Im writing. Thanks, Susan Harding, UCSC Anthropology (hard@ucsc.edu)


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