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Apples Project
Arctic Plant Phenology Learning
through Engaged Science
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Excellent Education Program
Engaging a Nation-wide Network of Teachers

Preparing educators to bring climate change research to the classroom

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Hands on Learning
Workshops for Teachers

Giving teachers the opportunity to engage and collaborate with leading polar research scientists and science educators

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What We Do

Arctic Plant Phenology Learning Through Engaged Science (APPLES) is preparing middle school, high school, and undergraduate educators in polar research to engage their students in similar studies in the classroom. Educators in this project will have access to, contribute to, and disseminate information from the long-term and ongoing research project which focuses on changes in the phenology of arctic plants and how this relates to climate change. APPLES will demonstrate, through training, the results obtained by phenological observation and experimentation.

Our network of teachers

In two days, I will be speaking at the Breaking the Ice Ceiling seminar by @ArcticInstitute

Today just short of a couple of hours – join us for the second half of Polar Day 2021.

Join us for the second half of Polar Day 2021. + Recording of Kim Stanley Robinson’s talk…

TODAY Polar Day 2021. Sit Back Relax and Enjoy the Worst Journey in the World. #scifiwriterkimstanleyrobinson Zoom info here.

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