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#1 Jun 30, 2010
To read our journal and to follow our expedition go to www.iceaged.info !
Happy reading everyone!
#2 Jun 30, 2010
Teachers: Iâd love to have you integrate this into your classrooms.
Younger students can create paper âWATER DROPsâ and send them to us in Antarctica. Iâll post pictures of them and use them for questions and experiments that you can do with your students. See http://iceaged2010.mlml.calstate.edu/water-dr... .
Older students can read our journals and discuss the embedded questions. I'll post weekly journals until we leave and then I'll post every other day or so. There will be an email feed soon which you can fill out to have the emails sent to you automatically.
Everyone can ask us questions through our forum http://www.polartrec.com/forum/antarctic-seaf... . Iâll also hold several webinars and Iâm working on creating lesson plans that you can use - http://iceaged2010.mlml.calstate.edu/educatio... . Lastly, I can come to your class or school for a presentation before we leave.
Contact me at [email protected]
#3 Jun 30, 2010
You can follow Tina's journals at: http://www.polartrec.com/expeditions/antarcti...
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