Several volumes of the Alaska Wildlife Curriculum are available in book form and also available on CD:
Tundra Wildlife (both wet tundra and alpine tundra ecosystems)
Wetlands Wildlife (emphasis on waterfowl and other wetland birds)
Contact: Brenda.Duty@alaska.gov to request copies of the books or CD.
Many of the activities use a set of Alaska Wildlife Cards,with images and info on traits, food web connections, which ecosystems they inhabit, and a "Did you Know?" fact for 266 Alaskan species (including humans) plus the sun, water, and air for use in food web activities. These can be downloaded: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/education/educators/curricula/pdfs/alaska_ecology_cards.pdf
Another volume, Wildlife for the Future, with a focus on wildlife management, is now available for download in four sections.
Section 1 — Exploring Habitats and Biodiversity (.pdf doc)*
Section 2 — Population Dynamics (.pdf doc)*
Section 3 — Sustaining Wildlife and Communities (.pdf doc)*
Section 4 — Insights and Background (.pdf doc)*
Two units on moose and moose populations are also downloadable.
Moose Curriculum Guide for High School Students (.pdf doc)*
How Fast Should a Moose Population Grow? (.pdf doc)*
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Aurora Curriculum: The link to the new aurora curriculum, Kiuguya, that accompanies the new video is shown below.
In addition to robust cultural connections, a variety of relevant science lesson are included for grades 3-5 and middle school aligned (loosely) with the NGSS.