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Cool Geo Jobs!

Snakes, frogs, and rare plants... all in a day''s work
What do you do?
The past two years I managed a variety of different monitoring projects for rare plants in St. Lawrence Islands National Park. This year I''m managing the monitoring projects for reptiles and amphibians.

Why Study Geography?


Top Ten Reasons


While there are hundreds of reasons why students should study geography, here is Canadian Geographic Education ’s list of the Top 10 reasons. Download and post a copy of this list in your classroom today!
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Geography Web Links


Need something for your classroom? If you are looking for geographical resources to use with your students, there are many websites available to help you out. Here is a list of websites to help you get started!
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Besides being fun, educational and easy to administer, the Geography Challenge is a terrific opportunity for your students and your school to shine in the spotlight!

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