Reach the World’s one-to-many virtual exchange journeys allow K-12 students to follow real expeditions and explorers into the field. Through written articles and live video conferences, students witness the explorer mindset in action, examine STEM careers, and expand their personal frontiers.
Classrooms can join LIVE virtual exchanges as they are happening around the world, or select any one of the free, customized itineraries (available as 4-, 6-, or 8-week experiences) and relive recent expedition experiences on-demand. Email [email protected] or click here to embark whenever you’re ready!
More than 100 years after Ernest Shackleton’s ship, Endurance, sank off Antarctica, a team of underwater search experts is going back to find it! Are you ready to join Reach the World’s most epic virtual exchange expedition yet?
Hi, I’m Li, and I use my microscope to take a closer look at the incredible insects and other small creatures throughout Colombia’s tropical dry forest ecosystem. What creatures can we discover together?
What can sediment cores collected far beneath the ocean surface off northwestern Greenland tell us about the great Greenland Ice Sheet that currently covers 80% of the island? Climb aboard the JOIDES Resolution as we investigate together!
Themes: Ernest Shackleton, Scientific Fieldwork, STEM, Conservation, Climate Change, Local Flora & Fauna, Extreme Environments, Biodiversity
Weddell Sea Expedition to Antarctica
Hi, I’m Holly! Join me on an expedition to the Weddell Sea off Antarctica. I will bring you along as we attempt to solve unanswered questions about this remote area. In addition to our scientific research, we will be searching for Ernest Shackleton’s lost ship, Endurance!