Marlon Magdalena, the instructional coordinator for Jemez Historical Site, joined with Coronado Historic Site to offer educational resources to the Santa Fe educational community on Thursday, September 17 at the New Mexico History Museum. We were excited to meet teachers not only from Santa Fe, but from everywhere between Albuquerque to Los Alamos!
Educators who attended got a sample of obsidian, which Pueblo people used to make arrowheads and sharp blades, as well as a special educator’s pass which entitles them to visit both sites for educational research. We visited with many teachers of history, English, humanities, art, music, and more, and we hope to see many of them in the coming year at our site. If you know teachers in the Albuquerque area, have them check out our Education program on this website to investigate outreach possibilities!