Alaska Geographic "Exploring PWS Teachers Course June 3-9, 2020" Application
Thank you for your interest in this course. The application period opens on January 22 at 12:00 pm AKST.

The Exploring Prince Willam Sound Teachers Course is designed for current Alaska teachers.

If you are selected for this course, you will be contacted at the email address you provide below with registration and payment information. Some scholarships are available. See below for details.

Course Description
Explore the scenic heart of Prince William Sound by kayak and by foot from a comfortable basecamp in Derickson Bay, near the Nellie Juan Glacier. Your classroom for this professional development course, accredited through the University of Alaska Anchorage, is a wildflower-studded moraine with spectacular views and diverse wildlife. During the six-day course, teachers will learn about the human and natural history of Prince William Sound while camping, hiking and kayaking in a remote area. Flora, fauna, cultural history, and area management will be discussed, along with both local and statewide effects of climate change. The over-arching goal is to inspire teachers to create new ways of connecting youth to the natural world and public lands. $750 Alaska Geographic Member Price ($825 Non-member Price)

Please note, registration for this course is through an application and completing the application does not guarantee a spot on the course. Priority will be given to current Alaskan classroom teachers for this course.

Email education@akgeo.org with any questions.
Your name:
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Email address:
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Phone number (cell):
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Phone number (work):
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What grades/subjects do you teach?
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Name & location of your school
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Are you currently at a full-time teacher in Alaska?
Teachers from the following communities may be eligible for a tuition scholarship: Akhiok, Chenega, Cordova, Homer, Karluk, Kodiak, Larsen Bay, Old Harbor, Ouzinkie, Port Grahm, Port Lions, Seldovia, Seward, Tatitlek, Valdez, Whittier. Do you teach in one of these communities and if so, are you interested in a scholarship?
If you answered yes to the questions above, please explain how you will use this experience to create new ways of connecting youth to the natural world and public lands through your teaching. (200 word max)
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