Living to 100 Life Expectancy Calculator©
||The Living to 100 Life
Expectancy Calculator© was designed to translate what researchers
have learned from studies of centenarians and other longevity
research into a tool for individuals to estimate their longevity
potential. Answer a list of online questions and then select
"Calculate Your Life Expectancy".
Aging® Curriculum Project
There are currently 12 units consisting of 276 activities
including teacher and student background information and student
worksheets. NOTE: follow the instructions to register or
login to access the curriculum.
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio,
Aging Research and Education Center. (2001 Edition). Positively
Aging®: Choices and Changes. (Funded by Science Education
Partnership Award, grant #R25-RR-12369). San Antonio,Texas
The National Academy
for Teaching and Learning about Aging
|Based at the University
of North Texas, The National Academy for Teaching and Learning
about Aging (NATLA) promotes education about aging-related issues
in teacher preparation universities and K-12 schools. This excellent
website provides a wealth of resources to aid in the development
of intergenerational programs and projects.
Celebration: Children's Books
|List of children's literature
with an intergenerational theme compiled by Penn State Cooperative
Extension and with the assistance of Schlow
Public Library staff accompanied by a thought provoking article
on their use by educators and other professionals.
Aged Schools Programme
The Help the Aged Schools Programme is part of the National
Grid for Learning, managed by the British Educational Communications
Students willl learn about the issues that affect older people
today - and learn things about Maths, Science, English and
Citizenship in the process while exploring this site. Teachers
will find lesson plans and activities designed to support
intergenerational education for primary students.
is a traveling exhibit developed by the Museum of Science, Boston
in collaboration with Science Museum Exhibit Collaborative.
Follow the link on the left to visit the online companions to
the hands-on activities contained in the exhibit.
Learning from 8 to 80
guide, developed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development, describes successful program models that target
older people and presents creative program ideas for intergenerational