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Electronic Field Trips

Think Again: Restoring and Protecting the Gulf Coast

Explore the value of the Gulf Coast region to the nation, how the fragile region is threatened, what is being done to restore lost land, and what you can do to help. A five minute introductory video prepares you to take part in the live field trip. Questions were submitted in advance and were answered during the live field trip.

The 20 minute electronic field trip (EFT) delved further into the problem of coastal land loss by exploring the quickly eroding Louisiana coastal region, restoration and protection techniques being implemented, and ways that you can help. A live 25 minute Q&A session with a panel of experts follows. Links to additional resources offer more detailed background information and suggested ways that you can help.

Intended Audience: middle and high school students and the general public.

Field Trip Questions and Answers

Louisiana Grade Level Expectations


Panel of Experts:


This electronic field trip and companion website have been made possible through funding provided by the Dauphin Island Sea Lab and the Gulf of Mexico Alliance.



Dauphin Island Sea Lab is Alabama’s marine science education and research laboratory which is located on the eastern tip of Dauphin Island, a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico.

Louisiana Public Broadcasting and our partners bring you the best in educational field trips.

The Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA) is a collaborative effort of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas as well as six Mexican Gulf states to enhance the ecological and economic health of the Gulf of Mexico. Two action plans lay the foundation for the improved health of the coastal ecosystems and economies of the Gulf.

More Information:

  1. The archived file will be available September 8, 2011.
  2. What do your students already know?
    Pre-Test (optional). Feel free to modify this test to meet your teaching needs.
  3. Watch the approximately five minute video introduction on the Gulf of Mexico.
  4. What did your students learn?Post-Test (optional). Feel free to modify this test to meet your teaching needs.
  5. .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) us your plan to help. Selected plans will be posted on LPB’s education website. Keep us up to date on how it goes, and we’ll spotlight your accomplishments online.
  6. Rating Survey

Field Trip Questions and Answers

Louisiana Grade Level Expectations

Resources

Glossaries and Concepts

How Can I Help?

Instructional Design Plan




Turning the Tide is coming this Fall to LPB. Learn more!


Archived Field Trips

How to Protect the Air We Breathe

Catching a Career: Jobs in Louisiana’s Seafood Industry Part 2

Catching a Career: Jobs in Louisiana’s Seafood Industry Part 1

The Castle on the Hill:  Louisiana’s Old State Capitol

Desert Diversity

Think Again: Restoring and Protecting the Gulf Coast

Gulf Islands National Seashore

North Cascades National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park

Project Discovery – Earth Day 2010 LIVE from Congaree National Park

Protecting the Wetlands: A Matter of Survival

Stay tuned for future field trips!

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