Partnow Consulting works with school districts,
museums, universities, cultural organizations, and corporations to
develop print and virtual learning experiences. We base our innovative
and effective materials on state and national content-area standards
and, in Alaska, on Alaska Cultural Standards. We ask our clients,
as the cultural experts, to carefully review all work for authenticity
and accuracy before it is published.
Alaska Native Culture Units
Native Oral Traditions: Lesson Plan and Resource Guide for
the Anchorage School District
Unalakleet, a third grade community
study for the Anchorage School District
Athabascans of Interior Alaska,
a fourth grade unit for the Anchorage School District
The Tlingit Indians
of Southeast Alaska, a fourth grade unit for the Anchorage
in the Aleutian Islands, a sixth grade unit for the Anchorage
Numerous interdisciplinary units based on Inupiaq
cultures; see http://www.nsbsd.org/Page/2667
for a sample.
Teaching with Historic
Places: The Seal Islands, a publication for the National Trust
for Historic Preservation, developed for St. George/Tanaq Corporation
Board Game for Unalaska City Schools
Alaska Studies Courses
Anchorage School District, Anchorage, Alaska
Sealaska Heritage Institute, Juneau, Alaska
Lower Kuskokwim School District, Bethel,
ASRC-tkut Quliaqtuaŋat, The
Story of the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation,
Activity Guide and Student Materials
Alaska Humanities Forum online Alaska History
course, content advisor
Cook Inlet Tribal Council 7th grade website (no
Museum Curriculum and Media Projects
On-site kiosks and iPads for the Simon Paneak
Memorial Museum in Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska, Development of content.
Class visit curriculum for the Simon Paneak
Memorial Museum in Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska
Class visit curriculum for the Iñupiat
Heritage Center in Barrow, Alaska.
Tools for Teachers, Dena'inaq'Huch'ulyeshi:
The Dena'ina Way of Living, an online
activity guide for the Anchorage Museum.
an educational website developed for a nationwide consortium of six
museums, Administrator and website manager.
Looking Both Ways: Tools for Teachers,
educational guide to accompany museum exhibition for the Arctic Studies
Alaska Native Heritage Center, development of education
Other Educational Media
Harriman Expedition 2001,
co-authored with Donna Matthews for the website www.pbs.org/harriman.
Alaska: A Land in Motion Teacher's
Guide, a third grade geography curriculum
Alaska in Maps: A Thematic Atlas,
Teacher's Guide a middle school geography
Alaska: Spirit of the Wild,
IMAX film content advisor and curriculum designer for the Houston
Museum of Natural Science, click
here for the guide.
Balto Seppala Park display panels, content
writer for Anchorage Parks and Recreation