A short course designed to help your children understand the geography of the Arctic and of where they live!
Before the students can start to understand life in the Arctic Circle, it is extremely important they understand their own countries’ journey.
During this short course, we will start to understand the geology, the geography and the geological history of the place where you currently live. Using this as a benchmark or starting point, we will then delve into what life looks like in the Arctic and how it affects each and every organism on the planet.
This will allow your students to have a concept of time and the difference between time and geographical time, which is usually on a larger scale.
This is all about gaining perspective.
This short course comes complete with a full Teaching Program covering the curriculum areas addressed in the course, plus a detailed outline of each activity and resource featured. It can be downloaded and edited to suit the needs of your school or state. The course documents include real-world learning opportunities in which students use the knowledge they have just gained, to improve the lives and the knowledge of those around them.
This free short course is delivered directly to students from the island of Svalbard, which is the most northern city in the world.
By participating in this course, students will learn about the Arctic Circle before taking a closer look at the area that they live in. They will then take this knowledge and apply it in real-world scenarios where they can demonstrate and develop self-confidence and leadership qualities.