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Alexander Graham Bell Project Ideas

Instructor: Christopher Muscato

Chris has a master's degree in history and teaches at the University of Northern Colorado.

Many students know the name Alexander Graham Bell, but few know much about his life or the era he lived in. These projects can help your students gain a deeper understanding of Bell's life, work, and legacy.

Alexander Graham Bell

In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell received the first patent in the United States for the telephone. While others would dispute his claim as the inventor of this communications device, Bell remains credited as the founder of a new wave of technological advancement. He is an intriguing and important figure. With these projects, you can help your students learn more about Alexander Graham Bell and his inventions. These projects are designed to be adaptable to many grade levels and can fit into existing curricula in several subjects.

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