TheLong Island Sound is an essential part of human health for Long Islandresidents for the commercial, recreational and natural resources it affords.The Long Island Sound Connections program teaches children how to bridge humanactions to concerns over water and land conservation in order to create thenext generation of sustainable developers and conservationist scientists whounderstand the relationship between human action and natural resources. Guidedby a scientist and educator, this virtual program brings students, educatorsand experts together across Long Island and Connecticut to compare and contrastLong Island Sound’s coastal habitats to in relationship to human impacts.Students are tasked with the challenge of working in teams to designtechnological and behavioral solution models to ensure the long-term vitalityand health of Long Island’s precious coastal habitats and resources, whileproviding for recreational and commercial use.
Point to Point: $150.00By Request: $150.00
Education: Grade(s) 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, ParentPublic Library: Library Staff
Sciences, Technology/Information Science
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for one low price when you purchase the CILC
Virtual Expeditions package.
For more information contact CILC at (507) 388-3672
WMHO must be alerted to cancellation by client two weeks in advance to avoid penalty
The Ward Melville Heritage Organization
Stony Brook, NY
The Ward Melville Heritage Organization is proud to offer state-of-the-art programming across the arts and sciences from our authentic historic and environmental properties. Broadcasting live from Long Island’s historic andenvironmental landmarks, WMHO supports NY State and Common Core Standardlearning by creating rich virtual environment where students study and observeartifacts, primary sources, and participate in an exchange of ideas. WMHO’sdigital platform include (and are not limited to) Zoom, Google Classroom and MSTeams.
Introduction to Long Island Sound Prep via materials as well as Independent Field Work ComponentLive Conference to explore the shoreline and habitat and plants and animals of West Meadow Creek Students work in teams to compare and contrast and present their findingsPost program activities to design water quality solutions
For students to learn about the diversity of coastal habitats including open ocean and salt marshes and the different kinds of animals and plants that are adapted to live in each
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Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration
2075 Lookout Drive
North Mankato, MN 56003
A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
A program of the South Central Service Cooperative, an Education Service Agency with its headquarters in southern Minnesota.