Distance Learning

A park ranger using distance learning technology is visible on the television screen.Kenai Fjords is a place where mountains, ice and oceans meet. An active landscape of moving glaciers, fjord ecosystems and the Harding Icefield provide great learning opportunities. While a field trip might be a little far to bring your class, have you considered bringing Kenai Fjords to your classroom?

If you would like to use the Kenai Fjords experience to enhance your curriculum, the programs shown below will be available in the near future. These programs are designed to meet national teaching standards, and are developed for students in grades K - 12. Presentations start as early as 7 am AKST.

Please contact Shauna Potocky at shauna_potoky@nps.gov or (907) 422-0530 for information. Once the programs are available, you will also be able to register through the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC).

Loading results...

    Last updated: December 4, 2018

    Contact the Park

    Mailing Address:

    PO Box 1727
    Seward, AK 99664

    Phone:

    (907) 422-0500

    Contact Us