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    Sitka

    National Historical Park Alaska

Teacher Workshops

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Have you wondered how migratory birds fly for thousands of miles at a time without stopping? Or have you always wanted to participate on an archeology expedition? If so, these are just two of the many topics that teachers can learn more about by enrolling in one of Alaska Geographic's accredited fielded seminars.

Alaska Geographic's field seminars and teacher training courses are active learning experiences that are accredited through the University of Alaska. Come explore wild Alaska, and receive professional development credit, unforgettable experiences, stories and resources to share with your students when you return to the classroom. For more information visit Alaska Geographic's Education Outdoor Courses in Alaska webpage.

 
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Hikers follow the historic Telaquana Trail in Lake Clark National Park & Preserve, Alaska.
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Did You Know?

A map showing the distribution of the Alaska Native cultures.

Alaska's Native people are divided into eleven distinct cultures, speaking twenty different languages.