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Teacher's Guide for Cory Trépanier's Into the Arctic Film Trilogy - Now Available


Into The Arctic is a comprehensive new teacher’s guide created in partnership with explorer, artist, filmmaker and RCGS Fellow Cory Trépanier. Featuring seven learning modules focused on the geography of Canada’s North, this comprehensive teacher’s guide is developed from Trépanier’s Into the Arctic film trilogy, travels, and stunning paintings. Available for grades K-12, this resource package covers a range of subjects and topics, including Arctic exploration, Indigenous cultures, visual art, climate change, wildlife, and more. Teachers can also use this resource to help students develop critical thinking, planning, and navigation skills through fieldwork activities and creative projects. Find out more about Canadian Geographic Education's first-ever film-based teacher’s guide!

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