Make plans to join our 2014 Spring Tundra Connections® broadcasts!
THURSDAY, MARCH 20TH at 11:00 AM CENTRAL
Topic: Connected Classrooms - Explore the Tundra through Google Street View
The Google Maps team visited Churchill, Manitoba this past fall and collected Street View imagery with the help of Polar Bears International. Join in on the fun and watch as the Google team and polar bear scientists show you how the imagery was collected, how climate change is impacting polar bears, and what you can do to help!
Target Audience: Grades 4-8, STEM Educators, and At Large
Partner: Google Maps
Julene Reed, St. George's Independent School
Alysa McCall, University of Alberta
Karin Tuxen-Bettman, Google Street View
How to Join?
APRIL CONNECTION TBA
Stand by for more about our April webcast – all about polar bears!
Target Audience: Grades 4-8 and At Large
In addition to the upcoming webcasts, check out our archived webcasts.
Special thanks to Google Maps and Google for Education Connected Classrooms. To learn more about the Google Street View Trek in Churchill, Manitoba visit the Treks page HERE. Bear hugs also to Julene Reed, an Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Teacher and PBI Education Advisory Council member, who directs the PBI Tundra Connections program.