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Culminating Workshop, April 2017


Teachers and K-12 Outreach Staff toured the Permafrost tunnel. Here, an ice wedge is illuminated from behind
. Photo by K-12 Staff, courtesy of US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center (ERDC) Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) Permafrost Tunnel.
Teachers and K-12 Outreach Staff in the Permafrost tunnel. Photo by K-12 Staff, courtesy of US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center (ERDC) Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL).
 
Teachers and K-12 Outreach Staff in the Permafrost tunnel. Photo by K-12 Staff, courtesy of US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center (ERDC) Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL).
Everyone took a trip to view the pipeline by Fox . Not far from the Permafrost Tunnel, teachers had an opportunity to see the pipeline up close. Photo by K-12 Staff.
Teachers went on a Behind-the-Scenes tour at the UAF Large Animal Research Station (LARS). Here, a yearling muskox is shedding its qiviut. Photo by K-12 Staff, courtesy of LARS.
Teachers were treated to a performance by the Iñu-Yupiaq Dance Group, a student organization at UAF.  Some members of the dance group are Yup'ik language majors, and also presented a lesson about the Yup'ik language. Photo by K-12 Staff.

 

Raising Educational Achievement through Cultural Heritage Up                      
Culture Camp, Unalakleet, August 2016


Teachers and Cultural Knowledge Bearers work together on REACHUp lessons
. Photo by K-12 Staff.
Teachers and K-12 Outreach Staff preparing to go on Unalakleet River. Photo by K-12 Staff.
 
Participants are given a lesson in forest ecology. Photo by K-12 Staff.
Kari Rasmussen leads a lesson about moose . Photo by K-12 Staff.
The kitchen at Camp provides excellent food for participants. Photo by K-12 Staff.
Teachers work through the REACHUp lessons about building on permafrost. Photo by K-12 Staff.

 

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