Science & Nature
All About Alaska High School Age - Learn About the People, Land, and Animals
Curious to know about Alaska? Our Alaska class will examine the cultures, land (geography), plant, and the animals of Alaska. In this Alaskan on going course we will cover different aspect about Alaska!
Michael Scott Gullett
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Completed by 2 learners
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learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
25 minutes per class
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Hello and Welcome to Mr. Gulltt's (Mr. G's) On-Going Class about Alaska! In this on-going course we will take a look at different topics about Alaska. Our course will examine the different regions of Alaska, the different environments, plants, seasons (or lack there of), the people, what Alaskan's do during the summer, what Alaskan's do in the winter, the different cultures, the road system, places that you can only fly into or ferry (or both), the rivers, the mountains, dog mushing, fun...
This class is taught in English.
Learning all about Alaska from the people, the land, plants, and animals. Each class will cover all shorts of fun and interesting information about Alaska. After each class each learner will be an expert in the topic we covered for the day.
Mr. G has 20 plus years teaching in Alaska and he has lived in Alaska for 25 years! The week on Alaska Cultures is a general Look Into Alaskan Cultures - Interesting information and culture about as well as on each of the different Alaskan cultures that are throughout the state of Alaska. Where each culture group lived (traditional homeland), Houses and Settlement, Tools/Technology, Trade, Regalia, and Animals (food, travel, furs). I have taught Alaska History and Cultural Studies for 20 years as an educator in Alaska. I also have lived in nearly each region of Alaska (except for the Aleutian Islands and the North Slope). My degree is in Western American History/Native American History/Alaska History, and since graduating from the University of Northern Colorado with a BA focus in these areas I have also taken several graduate courses specific in Alaska History and Native Alaskan Cultures.
Technology to take the class and ability to use some Zoom functions (like raising hands). The ability to download and/or print various worksheet activities.
Socratic method of teaching with lots of discussion, questions, informal and formal assessment, and fun quiz like game at the end of class.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
There is not a single Alaska History or All About Alaska Textbook. The material is a combination of many different sources. Also, one of the best sources for Alaska information is that Mr. G has lived and experienced Alaska for five years as a kid and twenty years as an adult. I have also taken and attended several graduate courses on Alaska. Alaska History and Cultural Studies. A week long graduate program on Alaska History, Culture, Science, and Geography. Alaska Sources: Alaska Milepost Alaska History https://www.alaskacenters.gov/explore/culture/history#:~:text=In%201728%2C%20Vitus%20Bering%2C%20a,what%20today%20is%20Kayak%20Island. Alaska History - History Channel https://www.history.com/topics/us-states/alaska Anchorage Museum Rasmuson Center Alaska Native Heritage Center Alaska SeaLife Center Iditarod Museum Technology to take the class and ability to use some Zoom functions (like raising hands).
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127 total reviews
214 completed classes
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