You can make a difference in how Texas students learn about the Battle of the Alamo and the heroic actions of those who fought there. The state's Social Studies standards for 4th and 7th Grade mandate that students learn about the battle, the heroism of those who fought there, its impact on the larger Texas Revolution, and other details such as Travis's "Victory or Death" letter and significant historical figures. What many teachers lack is a tool that immerses students in the story using the technology they expect, which allows them to see the Alamo compound as it appeared in 1836, and is coupled with additional resources and curricular materials based on educational best practices.
The Institute for Learning Perspectives seeks to change that by providing teachers and their students access to QuantumERA's award-winning augmented reality apps Experience Real History: Alamo Edition, additional exclusive video content, and standards-based curricular materials of the highest quality. To do so, we need your help to cover the licensing and distribution costs associated with placing the resources in the hands of educators and students across the state. Based on experience to date, these cutting-edge resources are appreciated by teachers and awe-inspiring to students.
You Can Help Students Learn
We ask you to join us and other Supporters in our commitment to supporting students and teachers in acquiring the resources they need to transform learning. Your financial support will provide those resources and assist the Institute in accomplishing its mission. Of course, any gift is appreciated, but here are some options that provide known results:
When selecting one of the above packages, you get to express your preferences for the schools, districts, or regions of the state you wish to support and we will work to place those resources as quickly as possible. Of course, if you aren't comfortable with donating online, paper checks in the mail to the address below are certainly appreciated as well.
Institute for Learning Perspectives
Attn: Alamo Resources
13492 Research Blvd., Ste. 120-507
Austin, TX 78750
2019-2020 Alamo Resources Supporters
Mr. and Mrs. James Clement
Mr. Michael Heaston
Admiral Bobby Inman
Mr. Robert Heinonen & Ms. Elizabeth Seibert
Mr. Joe Dial
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brown
Mr. Marshall Doke Jr.