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Polar education resources

Feeling the heat? Cool off by visiting this page, a collection of educational bookmarks compiled by Albert Einstein Distinguished Fellow Marti Canipe. Included is a wealth of links to polar education resources, from Arctic Climate Modeling Program to Diving Under
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Feeling the heat? Cool off by visiting this page, a collection of educational bookmarks compiled by an Einstein Distinguished Educator at the National Science Foundation Office of Polar Programs. Included is a wealth of links to polar education resources, from Arctic Climate Modeling Program to Diving Under Antarctic Ice to Education Center: Where the World is Frozen. Each resource carries a brief description and tags specifying content, such as antarctic or arctic, multimedia, animals, appropriate grade levels, lesson plans and more.

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