New Classroom Materials Available for Great Lakes Exotic Species Education

New Classroom Materials Available for Great Lakes Exotic Species Education

ESCAPE: Exotic Species Compendium of Activities to Protect the Ecosystem is a comprehensive collection of over 36 multidisciplinary classroom activities for grades 5-9 designed to enhance students’ knowledge of exotic species. Created by teachers throughout the Great Lakes, this compendium contains activities that include science-based data collection, geography, art, music, and more related to exotic species. Teacher workshops are tentatively planned for Summer 2002. For more information, please contact Anne Danielski at 814-898-6421 or add118@psu.edu.You can also visit the ESCAPE website at www.iisgcp.org/edu/escape/index.html.

 

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