Participate in MOSAiC from Anywhere
An international group of educators, photographers, cinematographers and scientists will be teaming together to bring the MOSAiC expedition to everyone and anyone fascinated by the Arctic, including K-16 students across the globe.
Check back on this site for curriculum, videos, and updates from the ship as the expedition gets underway in late September 2019.
Learn About MOSAiC's Science Mission.
Planned education activities for 2019-2020:
- Middle and high school curricula based on MOSAiC research.
- Four educators aboard the first leg of the MOSAiC expedition, in partnership with PolarTREC and Polar Educators International.
- The Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) will host a graduate student summer school on board the icebreaker RV Akademik Federov during the first leg of MOSAiC: 20 international graduate students will participate.
- MOSAiC is partnering with the University of Colorado Boulder's NEST and Fiske Planetarium to create a full-length planetarium show to be released internationally in 2020.
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If you or your students have questions for scientists on the MOSAiC Expedition, submit your question here or suggest an experiment for MOSAiC scientist on Polarstern.
MOSAiC Education Team
Anne Gold, CIRES, MOSAiC USA education team
Katya Schloesser, CIRES, MOSAiC USA education team
Lisa-Marie Heusinger, AWI, MOSAiC Germany education team
Josephine Lenz, AWI, APECS summer school
Gerlis Fugmann, AWI, APECS summer school
Katie Gavenus, Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies, PolarTREC educator