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International Wolf Center

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The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wild lands and the human role in their future. WolfLink videoconferencing programs feature dynamic, interactive learning experiences and real-time viewing of our resident ambassador wolves running, playing, napping or tussling in their naturalized northern Minnesota habitat.

2017-2018

Honorable Mention

2012-2013

2009-2010

2008-2009

Honorable Mention

2007-2008

Honorable Mention

 

Programs by International Wolf Center

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Wolf Ecology

Explore the world of the wolf! Using the wolf as a fascinating case study, students examine the important roles that predators, prey and scavengers...

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Wolf Tales

Who's afraid of the "big, bad wolf"? In this interactive program, students explore the influential role that literature plays forming our views...

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WolfLink Videoconference Demonstration

Dial in to the International Wolf Center's videoconference offerings! Let our educators provide a brief overview of our interactive programs, our...

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Pup 101

Explore the world of wolves! This interactive program will take you on a journey through the wolf pups' first year of life. Students explore the...

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Wolf Research

Discover how wolf researchers have learned to track the pack!  Join the International Wolf Center staff as we look at the history and methods...

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Wolf 101

Explore the world of the wolf! My, what big ears you have!  Join us as we look at the physical and social adaptations wolves use to survive in...

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Arctic Wolves

Wolves in the high arctic not only survive, they thrive.  Find out what characteristics arctic wolves have that help them live in such a harsh...

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More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Education: Other Educational Organization

Contact

Cameron Feaster   wolflink@wolf.org
International Wolf Center
Ely MN 55731
218-365-4695-124
United States

http://www.wolf.org

Primary Disciplines

The programs of International Wolf Center cover:

Social Studies/History
Language Arts/English
Sciences
Special Education
Technology/Information Science
Writing
Reading
Problem Solving
Gifted & Talented
Special Needs

Awards, Quotes, Testimonials

"Your presentation to our students, principals and board members this morning was outstanding! This was our first virtual tour and we were extremely impressed. I am a former elementary teacher and you did a superb job of getting the students involved in the tour, demonstrating enthusiasm, and giving them a strong knowledge base about wolves. In short…you were fantastic in your presentation and that is what made this virtual tour a great starting point for our school district."
-Tom Collins, superintendent, Hastings Public Schools

“The opportunity to learn and see directly through the use of videoconferencing was not only a ground-breaking experience, but allowed us to visit places that would normally be out of the question. Virtual field trips have opened a wide variety of opportunities for our students to explore. It was a wonderful experience!"
-School Age Care Coordinator, MN District #197

"Thank you so much for including us in the Wolf Ecology distance learning session. My students enjoyed the presentation, seeing the other class and especially seeing the wolves in their habitat. What an opportunity! I feel the distance learning sessions are very engaging for the students. Thank you for providing us with materials and a website to visit. I was able to share the website with the class by way of LCD projector. The background information helped the students to stay involved."
-Driftwood Middle School, Hollywood, Florida

"I would recommend the Wolf Ecology program to others in my district because it fits right in with our current science unit. Students remained engaged throughout the program. This was very appropriate for 5th grade science, and seeing and hearing live wolves is a great experience for students."
-Horseheads Central School, Horseheads Central School