Chelsea Park and Linda Nolen Learning Center Students Participate in Helen Keller Virtual Field Trip

Helen Keller Virtual field trip CPES IMG_2849Students from Chelsea Park Elementary and the Linda Nolen Learning Center joined students from eight other schools across the state today for a virtual field trip about the life of Helen Keller.

Helen Keller: America’s First Lady of Courage was presented on November 4 through the Alabama State Department of Education’s ACCESS Distance Learning program. ¬† Students were guided through a presentation about the inspirational¬†Alabama native’ life and accomplishments. ¬†Students learned about Keller becoming deaf and blind at a young age, after¬†battling a severe illness. ¬†They also learned the remarkable story of Keller’s¬†teacher, Anne Sullivan, finally breaking through her wall of silence by teaching¬†her the word “water” while pumping water into her hand from a well. ¬†The students learned many aspects of Keller’s life, including her education at Radcliffe University, her accomplishments as a writer and lecturer, and her friendships with other notable historic figures such as Alexander Graham Bell and Mark Twain.

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