This American Public Media Educate podcast features PolarTREC alumni, Melissa Lau. She talks about how her experiences in PolarTREC has influenced how she approaches teaching climate change in the classroom. Here's the link to the Education podcast:
As a teacher there is one thing that absolutely terrifies me. Sweat rings. There is nothing worse for a high school teacher than a bunch of students pointing them out.
Sitting on the porch after the first morning of our virtual orientation I had a new profound sense of how just how blessed I am to be selected to be part of the PolarTREC professional community.
Hi everyone! My name is Elaine and I am SO excited to be a PolarTREC educator this year!
I am so thrilled that I was selected to participate in the 2020-2021 field season of the PolarTrec program. What might be a diversion of life’s course for some, feels like a connect-the-dots to me.
Be flexible with lost luggage, getting sick, delayed flights, missed trains, date changes, weather... I didn’t expect an international viral outbreak to be on that list. Yet, I must remain flexible.
For those of you out there unable to attend science class right now, there are plenty of ways to grow your science skills at home.
January 6, 2020.