Carbon Cycling storyline PD – grad credit options from CU Boulder

Register for the “Changing Arctic Ecosystem” virtual teacher workshop inspired by the MOSAiC Arctic research expedition!

Who: MS/HS science teachers, spots are limited
What: FREE PD to engage with the MOSAiC-inspired “A Changing Arctic Ecosystem” storyline curriculum connected to NGSS life science standards
When: July 12-13 from 9 am – 1 pm MST each day (workshop is virtual)
**Participants are expected to complete ~2 hours of asynchronous work
Grad Credit: Participants will have the option to receive a certificate for 10 PD hours (free) OR purchase 1 credit ($90) from the University of Colorado Boulder

About:  The Arctic is warming more rapidly than anywhere else on Earth. One consequence of a warming Arctic is a dramatic decline in sea ice, an important habitat for many Arctic plants and animals. In this FREE teacher workshop, you’ll hear from MOSAiC scientists and the curriculum developers as they lead you through “A Changing Arctic Ecosystem”, a storyline unit tied to NGSS Life Science standards in which students trace the flow of carbon through the Arctic food web to predict how declining sea ice might impact Arctic organisms large and small. Engage with ArcGIS Storymaps, hands-on investigations, authentic Arctic datasets, and more in this interactive online teacher workshop.

Register for the Changing Arctic Ecosystem virtual workshop Today!
Questions? Email Jon Griffith at

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