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Trundle, Kathy Cabe; Willmore, Sandra; Smith, Walter S. – Science and Children, 2006
What Australia, Alaska, Qatar, Indiana, and Ohio have in common is the authentic writing More Observations Of Nature (MOON) project. In this unique project, teachers from these disparate geographic locations teamed up to instruct children in grades four through eight via the internet on a nearly universally challenging subject for teachers in the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Astronomy, Science Instruction, Teaching Methods
Boe, Sandra – 2002
The Arctic is covered with ice and snow for most of the year. Animals that live in Alaska's arctic region must be able to survive long winters and very cold temperatures. Surprisingly, many animals live in the harsh, cold climate. This first-grade activity plan helps students learn about the animals of the far north. The plan gives six steps for…
Descriptors: Animals, Art Education, Curriculum Enrichment, Grade 1
Alaska State Museum, Juneau. – 2002
This activities booklet focuses on the story of Alaska's flag. The booklet is intended for teachers to use with primary-grade children. Each activity in the booklet contains background information, a summary and time estimate, Alaska state standards, a step-by-step technique for implementing the activity, assessment tips, materials and resource…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, History, Language Arts, Mathematics
Alaska State Museum, Juneau. – 2002
This activities booklet focuses on the story of Alaska's flag. The booklet is intended for teachers to use with students in the intermediate grades. Each activity in the booklet contains: background information, a summary and time estimate, state standards, a step-by-step technique for implementation of the activity, assessment tips, materials and…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Citizenship, History, Intermediate Grades
Alaska State Museum, Juneau. – 2002
This activities booklet focuses on the story of Alaska's state flag. The booklet is for use in teaching middle school students. Each activity contains: background information, a summary and time estimate, Alaska state standards, a step-by-step technique for classroom implementation of the activity, assessment tips, materials and resources needed,…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, History, Middle Schools, Primary Sources
Alaska State Museum, Juneau. – 2002
This activities booklet focuses on the story of Alaska's flag. The booklet is intended for use in teaching high school students. Each activity contains: background information; a summary and time estimate, Alaska state standards, a step-by-step technique for classroom implementation of the activity, assessment tips, materials and resources needed,…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Art, Citizenship, High Schools
JASON Foundation for Education, Needham Heights, MA. – 2001
This teacher's guide and accompanying videotape present the JASON Project. The guide features a workbook format using an interdisciplinary approach to include geography, climate, biology, history, geology, culture, and literature. The JASON Project targets grades 4-9 and involves real life science with the inquiry approach and multimedia…
Descriptors: Biology, Elementary Secondary Education, Evaluation Methods, Geography
Stephens, Sidney – 2001
The Alaska Science Consortium, the Alaska Rural Systemic Initiative (AKRSI), and the Alaska Department of Education have collaborated on developing standards-based, culturally relevant science curricula that effectively integrate indigenous and Western knowledge. This handbook is designed to assist teachers in developing and teaching culturally…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Alaska Natives, American Indian Education, Culturally Relevant Education
Alaska State Museum, Juneau. – 2001
This student activities booklet, "Quilts of Alaska," contains historical and educational information on quilts. It is colorfully illustrated with examples of different types of quilts. The booklet describes album or signature quilts, which from 1840 to the 1890s, were a U.S. fad, such as were autograph albums. As the name suggests, these…
Descriptors: Art Activities, Art Products, Creative Expression, Elementary Secondary Education
Speed, Christie – 2000
You (the student) have been selected to be the school librarian's helper today. You are going to help her shelve books about moose. But you will have to read the books before you shelve them to decide if they are fictional storybooks about moose or nonfictional books about moose. You will decide if the books are real (nonfiction) or make believe…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Alaska Natives, Brainstorming, Fiction
Dick, Alan – 1997
This science curriculum was written to inspire rural Alaskans, primarily Alaska Natives, to find science in their local environment. The author lived a subsistence lifestyle in the Alaskan bush for over 30 years and claims that understanding science has often kept him from being stuck out in the woods. Section 1, Skills, Tools, and Craftsmanship,…
Descriptors: Alaska Natives, American Indian Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Indigenous Knowledge
Remick, Scott; Cook, Cathy – 1997
This student handbook provides an overview of the Klondike Alaska Gold Rush of 1897-98. The unit was designed for junior high school students but can be modified for different grade levels. A vocabulary list and worksheet accompanies the unit, along with a time line and map activity. A group activity requires students to work in teams to get their…
Descriptors: Instructional Materials, Junior High Schools, Local History, Modern History
Pingayak, John – 1998
The Cup'ik people are a group of Yup'ik Eskimos who live in southwest Alaska. This curriculum aims to enhance Cup'ik students' interest in their own culture by making that culture a part of their daily activities; to teach students to practice the traditional Cup'ik respect for elders, fellow students, and others in the community; and to teach…
Descriptors: Alaska Natives, American Indian Education, Cultural Education, Culturally Relevant Education
Dordan, Mary Lou; Nicholson, Deborah – 1994
This resource guide tells the story of Alaskan women and minority aviators and those in aviation-related businesses, from the early 20th century to the present. Developed for secondary students but also suitable for younger students, the guide combines six accounts of Alaskan women and minority aviators with classroom activities centered around…
Descriptors: Aircraft Pilots, Alaska Natives, Aviation Education, Career Awareness
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International, Washington, DC. – 1993
Designed for middle school through high school students, this unit contains eight lesson plans that focus on Alaska state law. The state lessons correspond to lessons in the volume, "Antidote: Civic Responsibility. Drug Avoidance Lessons for Middle School & High School Students." Developed to be presented by educators, law student,…
Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Drug Education
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