The Sister Mountain Project Workshop - Japan 2012
The Second Sister Mountain Project Workshop will be held in the Mount Fuji area in August 2012. The purpose of this second workshop is to provide the Japanese Staff the opportunity to present lesson plans, examples of activities, and provide field trips in the area surrounding Mount Fuji. The educators will share examples of student work from previous lessons, update each other on the state of lesson plans, share new lesson plans, and renew relationships.
This workshop will focus on the five interpretive themes:
Did You Know?
About 5,600 years ago the summit and northeast face of Mount Rainier fell away in a massive landslide accompanied by volcanic explosions. The Osceola Mudflow, a towering wall of mud and rock, thundered down the White River Valley where it deposited 600' of debris eventually reaching the Puget Sound.