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04/06/2011 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Ocean and Climate Literacy, Culturally-relevant Science Education, Alaska K-12 Science Education
Ray Barnhardt, Sean Topkok, Andi Anderson, Marilyn Sigman, and Asia Beder judged more than 40 projects at the Alaska State Science and Engineering Fair in Anchorage in March for COSEE Alaska awards. These projects qualified for COSEE's ocean science "fair within a fair" because of their focus on the ocean, watersheds, or climate change and cultural or community relevance in addition to scientific merit. Several students from schools in the Inupiaq cultural region in Northwest Alaska received awards following COSEE Alaska support for teachers to organize district fairs in the school districts. High school winners from Kotzebue, Barrow, and Petersburg will receive travel support to present their projects at the Alaska Marine Science Symposium in Anchorage in January, 2011.  MORE >>

07/16/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Climate Change, Collaborative Research, Communicating Science, Culturally-relevant Science Education, Arctic Ocean, Alaska Natives
International Polar Year Conference draws people from all over the world and involved scientists from 60 countries.  MORE >>

06/16/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Communicating Science, Lesson plans, culturally-relevant science education
COSEE expands and connects students to scientific concepts and real-time science through webinar series  MORE >>

04/27/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Ocean and Climate Literacy, Culturally-relevant Science Education
COSEE Alaska’s judges at the March, 2010, Alaska State Science and Engineering Fair were faced with a difficult task – to select award winners from among more than 50 projects. The judges included both elders and scientists who selected projects to judge for COSEE awards because they addressed a scientific problem and were also relevant to local culture or the coastal community.  MORE >>

04/27/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Ocean and Climate Literacy, Culturally-relevant Science Education, Alaska K-12 Science Education
COSEE Alaska is promoting ocean and climate change literacy through a planning effort to develop an Alaskan Environmental Literacy Plan (AKELP). The plan is being designed to connect youth with the natural world and the communities within which they live. The plan will promote learning and physical activity in outdoor settings.  MORE >>