These free, interactive, TV-style webcast programs will introduce your middle school students to core science concepts through the lens of Smithsonian research and experts, providing students with positive STEM role models and a connection to science in their lives. Explore the topics in the schedule by watching a webcast and using the classroom activities, lessons, readings, and other resources that support each webcast program. Learn more at: https://qrius.si.edu/scienc...
The Arctic Studies Center's "Living Our Cultures, Sharing Our Heritage: The First Peoples of Alaska" exhibition at the Anchorage Museum features more than 600 Alaska Native objects from NMNH and NMAI collections. Through Native voice and text, with video and interactive media, the exhibit places masterworks of the past into the context of peoples' lives today. Ongoing programs include endangered language and cultural heritage workshops and monthly lectures by Alaska Native artists and scholars. For more information about the exhibit: http://www.mnh.si.edu/arctic/html/alaska_LOC.html. Visit the companion website Sharing Knowledge - http://alaska.si.edu.
The ocean is a huge, awesome realm - sometimes mysterious but always amazing. Despite its importance, the ocean remains largely unexplored. Come and dive in. Discover the ocean with us in our new ocean hall!