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“The Stone Age was a broad prehistoric period during which stone was widely used to make tools with an edge, a point, or a percussion surface."
That's it? Seriously?!
“Neolithic” yields a little better, although that word is not part of most vocabularies.
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How extraordinarily embarrassing!
No wonder nobody has tried very hard to understand our own development before the time of writing... as if that was when humanity began.
What did you learn about the Stone Age in school?
No invention in all of History has had a more significant role in making us who we are than events and changes of prehistory– specifically after the last Ice Age that ended around 12,000 years ago. Should we not be interested in how the Earth was changed forever? Real living people made those changes. They were far more sophisticated than most of us suspect, and just as intelligent as we are. Egypt would never have had a pyramid without them.
Understanding things that happened in the late Stone Age helps us understand many of today’s biggest problems.
Isn’t that the first step toward solving them?
Pivotal earth-shaking head-grabbing moments unfolded just on the other side of learning.
Gently, kindly, we are going to try to show you what they were.
We are going to need a lot of help to properly get this in front of the managers and decision-makers of the future.
PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN!
Now needed: U.S. educators to develop effective lesson plans.