11 May 2018 Stage Fright

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Svea
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Kudos!

Great journal Keith! Your enthusiasm for Science is contagious and I am glad that you were able to reach out to your future students!! What an awesome opportunity!
I look forward to reading more about your expedition and your adventures next week!!!!

Michelle k hall
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Great presentation!

Keith, I am wondering if you can share your presentation on the penguins. It would give me some ideas for what I might do with some middle schoolers.

The penguin slide is just one

The penguin slide is just one slide in my presentation. I send you my whole presentation if you want, but it is pretty specific to my expedition.

Thanks Svea!

Thanks Svea!

Joe Dunbrook
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Thanks for Making Science Real

Keith and team,
Thank you for making science real for everyone, but especially for students and teachers. You guys are not only talking the talk, but walking the walk. We are so proud of you back at home. Thank you for your sacrifice and inspiration, and for your hard work in helping us to better understand this beautiful and unique part of our world. Stay safe and stay warm! Can’t wait to see your data. You guys rock! Enjoy your amazing experience. We appreciate you and the macroalgae!

Thanks Joe!

Thanks Joe!

Adeena
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Wow

Sounds like the students really enjoyed the presentation. They will remember you when they make it to your classroom.

Thanks!

Thanks!

Jennifer Y
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Seals (Harp)

Keith:
Remember at Maple school, you signed my petition to save the baby harp seals from clubbing by Canadians and Japanese circa 1982? I have to take pictures of mail from their governments regarding it and post it for you. Your assignment: Who was the teacher leading us?

Joe Dunbrook
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Maple school

I think I know the teacher you are referring to at Maple school, but I don’t want to be a spoiler. If we are thinking of the same person, I believe that before coming to Maple school, he used to lead nature hikes at Spruce school, too. He is a major reason that I am a science teacher today.

Wow! That is so awesome you

Wow! That is so awesome you still have that stuff, I wish I could remember the teachers name...that is not good considering I am now an environmental science teacher. Thanks for commenting and I hope can find that old stuff, I would love to see it.

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