For Teachers

Teachers join a park ranger at Ga'an Point to learn about the unique resources of War in the Pacific NHP.
Teacher Workshop

War in the Pacific National Historical Park and Pacific Historic Parks hosts professional development workshop titled, "Teaching Methods: Parks as Classrooms." The workshop will engage participants to use places in their national park as resources for studying local and national history, science, culture, and geography. Park rangers and Pacific Historic Parks Education Team will provide sample lesson plan guides, share opportunities for student service-learning, and give guided tours of park sites.

Please check back for future scheduled Teacher Workshops.
Teachers can earn one graduate credit. For more information, contact Education Manager Jaclyn Zapanta Balajadia at
jbalajadia@pacifichistoricparks.org or call 477-7278.

 
Field Trips and Outreach
Field Trips and Outreach

Field trips enhance classroom learning and broadened the learning experience for students. Educators can choose between self-guided or park staff-guided field trip. They can also choose to bring their national park to their classroom for an outreach program. Education programs are free of charge. Park brochures are available at the T. Stell Newman Visitor Center. To inquire about field trips or outreach visits please contact Park Ranger Art Davtian.
 
Teacher Ranger Teacher
Teacher-Ranger-Teacher

This developmental opportunity provides unique, hands-on experience working with park staff during the summer months for classroom enhancement during the school year.

Download lesson plans for your students.

 

Last updated: February 2, 2018

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Mailing Address:

135 Murray Blvd.
Ste. 100

Hagatna, GU 96910

Phone:

(671) 477-7278 x1007

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