Ready for a virtual field trip? A quick expedition to the Arctic and back, no parka required?
Our Tundra Connections webcasts provide you and your students with a passport to the polar bear's world. They connect you with world-renowned scientists and educators, giving you the chance to meet them and ask questions. During the fall polar bear migration, our programs include live footage of polar bears on the tundra—at other times, we share plenty of photos and video clips.
Ready to join in? You can watch the broadcasts live on our Polar Bear TV and check out archives of those you miss:
- Winter 2015 schedule coming soon
- Archives from Spring 2014 - schedule for 2015 to follow
- Archives from Fall 2014 - schedule for 2015 to follow
- Supporting educational materials
- Questions? Learn more in our FAQ or write to email@example.com.
We're grateful to our Platinum Sponsor, Frontiers North Tundra Buggy Adventure. Generous support has also been provided by explore.org, the philanthropic media organization and multi-media arm of The Annenberg Foundation, as part of its Pearls of the Planet initiative, a variety of live feeds that aim to help people fall in love with the world again.
Special thanks also to Julene Reed, an Apple Distinguished Educator and PBI Education Advisory Council member, who directs the Tundra Connections program, and to Parks Canada, Google Street View,Discovery Education, The Centre for Global Education, TakingITGlobal, and Canada Goose.