Check out our new Teacher Feature and Scientist Spotlight!

April 3, 2018

Michael Berenkowski, a 7th through 12th grade teacher living near Lake Huron in Michigan shares some of his successes and ideas for Great Lakes education.

Cory Suski, a fisheries scientist from the University of Illinois talks about his research and how he has shared it with the next generation of scientists and outdoor enthusiasts.

2 Comments

  • Ashley Dulin-Smith April 6, 2018 at 10:07 am · Reply

    I love seeing all this cool stuff being done in classrooms!

  • Jennie Busch May 1, 2018 at 9:12 am · Reply

    I am excited to learn what other educators are doing to integrate the sustainability of our Great Lakes into their curriculum. I am a 6th grade ELA teacher. Two years ago, I created an alternate NYS Module 3b, Unit 3, which also incorporates learning standards from Module 4, Unit 3, where students research various issues that impact the sustainability of our world’s bodies of water. We then hold a World Oceans Day event, open to parents and the public, to raise awareness and advocate for preventive measures critical to decreasing human degradation of our waters. We also work with Save the River on the St. Lawrence to highlight issues affecting our own Great lakes and rivers.

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