Richard Glenn, Orville Huntington | Monday, 29 January 2001 - Saturday, 3 February 2001
Ways of Knowing Science: An Alaska Native Perspective
These two experts on the effects of environmental change on arctic subsistence lifestyles contributed their perspectives to this cooperative K-12 science education program. The speakers gave classroom presentations at elementary, middle, and high schools in the Port Aransas School District. Topics of discussion were based on themes from the Study of Arctic Change program selected by teachers at the different grade levels.
* Study of Arctic Change: An Interactive Program Linking Researchers with K-12 Students is a collaboration between the Marine Science Institute, University of Texas and Port Aransas, Texas, School District