Kathy Ho, this week’s Educator of the Week, created an art project focused on the colors of Arctic sea ice. Through this creative activity, students learned about a region of the world that was previously unfamiliar to them. They also considered the impact of climate change on Arctic sea ice and the animals that rely on it.
Paula Huddy-Zubkowski, this week’s Educator of the Week, inspired her students to take action about climate change and its effects on polar bears. This interdisciplinary activity culminated in the students making connections in their local community as well as globally on Twitter.
February 27 is International Polar Bear Day! Every year, this day draws attention to the challenges faced by polar bears and other animals in a warming Arctic. What better time […]
The following post was written by 2014 Grosvenor Teacher Fellow Cristina Veresan during her expedition to the Arctic. The Grosvenor Teacher Fellow Program is a professional development opportunity made possible by […]
Not allowing your children to watch television and forcing them to play outside just might turn them into National Geographic Young Explorers. Brother-sister team Sarah and Eric McNair-Landry are no […]