OPEN Founder, George Newman hosts Environmental Stewardship Award Ceremony for Graham Nash (of Crosby, Stills & Nash), presented by Stellwagen National Marine Sanctuary
OPEN’s Ocean & Environmental Sciences Resource Guide
HISTORICAL CHRONICLE OF OPEN INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS
OPEN’S LEARNING FOR PEACE AND CROSS-CULTURAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS SERIES
U.S. HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL (Ages 15-18):
Learning for Peace
WORLD TRADE CENTER MEMORIAL DESIGN PROJECT AND EDUCATION PROGRAM
Thank you former OPEN students for your participation, and again congratulations on your great design, for your hard work effort in meeting the requirements and deadlines for submission!
It was a most memorable project and at this 10th anniversary – the OPEN team sends its heartfelt thanks to the many unsung heroes of that day and condolences to the families of those who perished. Their sacrifice and those since who served to protect our democracy will not be forgotten. While not selected, our students were among the 5,201 successful submitters who sought to honor you with their memorial designs.
NATIONAL PARKS AND WORLD HERITAGE SITES - JOURNEYS SERIES
US MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL (AGES 11-14):
Journeys to Living Laboratories:
Join OPEN and the National Park Service and begin an exotic wildlife expedition in your classroom with Journeys to Living Laboratories! Transport your students, via the Web and broadcast video, to the natural world and guide them through the discovery process as they explore ecology, survival, and preservation.
Journeys to Wilderness Canyons:
Come along with OPEN, and the National Park Service as we explore the ecology, animal life and geology of Black Canyon, Americas deepest, narrowest and steepest canyon with the US Park Service and compare it with canyons in Petra, Jordan, Three Gorges, China, and then Valles Marineris, Mars (NASA) and more.
Journeys to Alaska: The Power of Volcanoes
Explore how humans and wildlife have coexisted for thousands of years in one of the most active earthquake and volcano sites in the world. Students around the world traveled with our researchers and program hosts to the summit of Mt. Novarupta, the largest and most voluminous volcanic eruption.
ESL/EFL Curriculum Companions to Parks and World Heritage and The Spanish Language Version of Wilderness Canyons