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Using the Collaboration Zones

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My Classroom Use of the Collaboration Zones

The collaborative zones found on the PolarHusky.com website create an interactive forum where students can share their learning with a worldwide audience.  This feature is just one example of how PolarHusky.com invites learners to become active members in the expedition and moves away from a "following the expedition-only" format typically used on expedition websites. This high-tech level of involvement makes...

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The calendar gives you an overview of the entire GoNorth! curriculum. From the module to the expert chats to the weekly quiz, you can see what is happening when.
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  Looking for help to use some of the great technologies that have been integrated within the curriculum? Let Techie Tucker help you! Download software and tutorials and get Techin' with Tucker!
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  Read It! Arctic books, books related to Module topics, Polar Husky Novels for learners of all ages categorized in K-3, 4-8 and 9-Adult. Then write a review to be posted online!
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  Skip, walk, jump, skate, run - Phys Ed teachers join in! Challenge students to 'move and groove' the same distance as the Polar Huskies: 1000 miles and be rewarded with a Polar Husky certificate!
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