28 April, 2003
Scientists of the Future
Today in Kotzebue
A bit of rain in the morning and a bit of snow in the afternoon,
overall a nice day.
What science is happening?
Because this project encompasses a balance of community and
scientific investigation, engaging resident support is an important
component of our project. Lisa, Melinda and I went to the 9th and
10th grade biology classes and gave a presentation about the project
and ways that students can be involved, not only with us but with their
environment as well.
The more time I
spend with the students in Kotzebue, the more I realize that whatever
their cultural differences there is something universal about kids
everywhere and that was a comforting feeling, so far away from the
students that I was missing.
more about our project here
View curriculum for this project, “Ask a Scientist” and
learn about other Arctic Real Time research at Arctic Alive
Listen to the local radio station KOTZ live
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