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Name: Mark Goldner
Occupation: Teacher
Organization: Heath K-8 Elementary School
Location:
Brookline, MA
United States

About

Mark Goldner teaches 7th and 8th grade science at the Heath K-8 Elementary School in Brookline, Massachusetts. He has been teaching middle and high school science for the past 19 years. In his classes, Mr. Goldner stresses the importance of developing a strong and positive relationship with the natural world, and that the best way to learn science is by doing real scientific investigations. Outside the classroom, Mr. Goldner enjoys spending time hiking, swimming, biking, and sailing with his wife and two kids, and on weekends and in the summer, he can often be found on the coast of Maine. Along with his outdoor adventures, Mr. Goldner plays the trumpet and loves jazz.

Journals

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26 March 2019 What PolarTREC has meant to me
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17 August 2011 Thank you
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12 August 2011 Final Thoughts before leaving the Arctic
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10 August 2011 Farewell to Ny Ålesund and Thank You to Kings Bay!
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9 August 2011 Packing Day
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8 August 2011 Reflections by REU student George Roth
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7 August 2011 So... why should you care about the study of glaciers and glacial sediments?
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5 August 2011 Thwarted by Ice and Computer Failure - and Fossil Hunting
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4 August 2011 Mud Science
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3 August 2011 Zeppelin Mountain, a Long Day at the Ice & Polar Connect!
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2 August 2011 Using Oceanographic Data to Study Glaciers
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1 August 2011 Reflections by REU student Rebecca Siegel
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31 July 2011 What does everyone else do while we are out at the Ice? Or, My Day with the Birds
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29 July 2011 Reflections by REU student Daren McGregor
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28 July 2011 Hunting for HOBOs and... How do Glaciers Behave, Anyway?
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27 July 2011 Reflections by REU student Rachel Valletta
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26 July 2011 Bringing up the Mud
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25 July 2011 Reflections by REU student Liz Ceperley
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24 July 2011 Reflections by REU student Daksha Rajagopalan
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23 July 2011 Tragedy in Norway, More Data Collection and More Setbacks
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22 July 2011 Beginning of Data Collection
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21 July 2011 Out on the Fjord. And Videos!
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20 July 2011 Science and Murphy's Law
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19 July 2011 A Gorgeous Day in Ny Ålesund
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18 July 2011 Making geologic connections
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