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STREAM Institute: A Pedagogy of Place

Insights, ideas and field experiences incorporating culturally relevant STREAM curriculum into your school and classroom. 

Capital City Weekly article on STREAM ( Feb. 19,2014) 

STREAM Institute Resources:

STREAM Institute Thought Leaders

Daunhauer STREAM Resources

Carstensen STREAM Resources

STREAM Institute Skill Building Sessions

STREAM Institute: Boot Room Interviews

STREAM Institute: The Documentary

STREAM beta app Feedback:

Place-based Pedagogy Research & Resources:

The Best of Both Worlds: A Critical Pedagogy of Place by David Gruenewald,Education Researcher, Vol. 32, No. 4, pp. 3-12, May, 2003


"Elders and Cultural Experts in the Classroom and the Interviewing Process"  by Alberta Jones, UAS Education Faculty

STREAM Institute 2013 Reference Materials 

Click Here to View a Short Video Outlining the STREAM Institute

Institute Schedule 2013

Habitat Activities 2013

Placed-based Education Resources (Southeast Alaska)  

Educators from Alaska and the world worked together with recognized thought leaders, cultural knowledge bearers, artists and mathematicians in small, hands-on teams exploring the power of place.

They experience Southeast Alaska through guided exploration of the campus of the University of Alaska Southeast and the lakes, streams, and hiking trails in this temperate rain forest. Participants created pedagogies of place using iPads, cultural materials, science equipment, and digital storytelling.

Join fellow educators like teachers, school leaders, and cultural resource people on the campus of the University of Alaska Southeast and the lakes, streams, and hiking trails in temperate rain forests next Summer 2014.  (dates to be announced shortly)

Three UAS 593 credits will be offered.   

For more information visit our website below or call (907) 796-6045.

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Professional Education Center

  • 796-6166  (PEC Office)
Hendrickson Bldg Room 202
11120 Glacier Hwy
Juneau, AK
Mailstop: HB2


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