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Using Polar-ICE Data Stories to Drive Small Group Student Research Projects

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Julie Wood

Abstract

For students living and learning in an urban environment, the ocean is an abstract concept. Students from The Young Women’s Leadership School of Brooklyn, an all-girls 6-12th grade public school in Bushwick, Brooklyn, comprises a population of whom 82% qualify for a free or reduced-price lunch. For various reasons, these students rarely spend time outside. When they do, it is in concrete playgrounds, not at the beach or even in a park. However, the Polar-ICE Data Stories make the ocean accessible and engaging.
How to Cite: Wood, J. (2020). Using Polar-ICE Data Stories to Drive Small Group Student Research Projects. Current: The Journal of Marine Education, 34(1), 39–40. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/cjme.49
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Published on 14 Mar 2020.
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