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Cristina Veresan
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Passionate about teaching and learning
Passionate about teaching and learning

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Please follow the link and "like" my ocean video poem in WHOI's #onegiantleap for the ocean contest!! Every "like" is a vote for Grand Prize Winner. Thanks! 

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Indigenous people are likely to be on the front lines of our changing climate. Check out how one conservation biologist is traveling the world—from the Arctic to the Amazon—to document stories of resilience among indigenous people in the face of rising seas, warming temperatures, and other disruptions to natural systems.

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NOAA Teacher at Sea, summer 2015. I spent three weeks at sea aboard the NOAA ship Oscar Dyson with scientists conducting a Walleye Pollock Acoustic Trawl Survey.
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NOAA Teacher at Sea
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Aloha from the Gulf of Alaska! I am currently sailing as a Teacher at Sea on a three-week fisheries cruise aboard the NOAA ship Oscar Dyson. I invite you to read my blog and kindly leave any comments or questions. Mahalo!

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Later this month, as a 2015 NOAA Teacher at Sea, I will board the Oscar Dyson up in Kodiak, Alaska for a fisheries research cruise...Please read my introductory blog entry on the NOAA website and stay tuned for future posts from the Bering Sea! Feel free to leave comments on the blog page.

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This post is written by 2014 Grosvenor Teacher Fellow, Cristina Veresan. Cristina is the Assistant Principal and Science Educator at Start of the Sea School in Honolulu, Hawaii.  Exploring the Hawaiian rainforest, surrounded by natural beauty, is an…

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National Geographic Education has published a blog post I wrote about my students' experience at BioBlitz! #bioblitz2015

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Awesome photo of some of my students on the front page of the Midweek! Check out the article on our Bio Blitz adventure...

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Very early wake-up yesterday to appear on the KITV4 Morning Show! I am grateful one of my awesome students, Melia, could join me to share about our recent Bio Blitz experience...

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A group of 20 awesome 7th and 8th graders from Star of the Sea School travel to Big Island's Volcanoes National Park for the 2015 National Geographic Bio Blitz!
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Bio Blitz @ Volcanoes National Park
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