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The Research Connection: Using iNaturalist to better manage urban coyotes and red foxes Join us for this exciting webinar with Dr. David Drake from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on May 26, 2021. Drake and the UW Urban Canid Project... Read More →
Participating in our 2021 BioBlitz projects? Enter our photo contest and have your image featured in our 2022 BioBlitz! The Center for Great Lakes Literacy wants to celebrate your outdoor photography and through it, encourage others to get outside, too.... Read More →
Freedom Seekers curriculum teaches students about connections between the Underground Railroad, Great Lakes and science Freedom Seekers were environmentalists who learned to navigate the land as they escaped slavery. Songs like “Wade in the Water” and “Follow the Drinking Gourd”... Read More →
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant (IISG) has created a weather and climate education toolkit where teachers can find resources on the topics of weather, climate and climate change. Teachers—whether parents, home school tutors or licensed professionals—can find what they need by using the search function to filter by grade level, specific weather and climate subtopics or geographic locations, learning mode and more. Many of the lesson plans and activities in this curated catalog of resources can be used as-is or adapted for virtual learning and at-home teaching environments. See IISG Communicator, Hope Charter's full article at : https://iiseagrant.org/new-weather-climate-education-toolkit/
Have you been cooped up for too long? Do you wish you could get your students outside? Are you looking for fun things to do with your family? Then a bioblitz might be just the thing for you! What is... Read More →
CGLL.org is loaded with great Great Lakes and ocean lessons for your classroom. Now that the weather in the north is turning frightful, it is time to teach about: Lake Effect Snow!
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... Read More →
Dr. Christy Meredith shares a little about her research, what motivates her to do scientific research, and her experiences working with educators.
Every summer CGLL selects 15 educators for a weeklong workshop on the US EPA research vessel Lake Guardian. This summer participants will work alongside scientists on Lake Huron, gaining hands-on experience doing real research. Throughout the week educators will also... Read More →