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Arctic Engagement - Interdisciplinary Opportunities and Strategies from Polar Educators International
The Arctic keeps the entire world climate in balance and is a crucial, relevant, and engaging area of study for students. PolarTREC teachers will relate their experiences working with polar research scientists in Greenland to action projects for students in grades 6-12. The session will include interdisciplinary lessons and classroom strategies designed to connect polar science with Arctic geography and ecosystems and also economic and cultural systems . Moreover, the presenters are on the Council of Polar Educators International and will introduce participants to that organization and its strategies for building greater inclusion of Indigenous Arctic peoples in the global conversation about climate change and its repercussions..
Takeaways: Practical multicurricular resources and activities ready for immediate implementation into curriculum and classroom
Anne Farley Schoeffler (Seton Catholic School: Hudson, OH)
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