Climate Change: Seeing, Understanding, and Teaching Curriculum Design and Teaching Position Throughout the course, participants gain skills in communicating science to our students and learn how to facilitate classroom discussions that move toward making a positive impact on the future of climate change.
Cyber-based Interdisciplinary Science Education (C-ISE) Learning Community Curriculum Design and Course Facilitation The goal of the C-ISE Learning Community is to provide professional development opportunities to educators through course materials and activities that utilize real-time connections with teachers and researchers working in the polar regions, genuine polar science data, and an innovative learning community which allows participants to jointly construct knowledge.
Making Headlines Curriculum Design - Middle School Lesson Students will create articles for a newspaper for the days following the Mt St Helens eruption in 1980. Project will allow students to investigate scientific/geologic causes and effects of the disaster as well and the events impacts on humans.
Forest Ecology Activities Curator and Original Activity Design Activities for environmental education scenarios, developed at Woodleaf Outdoor School. Designed for 2.5 hour class with 20-30 students.
Workshops Arctic Ocean Ecosystem Workshop Workshop Design, Logistics, and Facilitator The goal of the workshop was to bring together teachers with Arctic researchers to collaborate on the development of educational resources related to current marine and climate change research.
Polar ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) WorkshopWorkshop Design, Logistics, and Facilitator Teachers and researchers gained knowledge on ROVs, polar science, and worked in teams to construct their own ROVs.
PolarTREC Orientation - Workshop Design and Facilitator This six-day professional development workshops brings teachers from around the nation to Fairbanks, Alaska for training in the PolarTREC program. Trainings include field technology, risk assessment, science communication, journaling techniques and multimedia training.