This multi-disciplined interactive learning experience is designed to reach schools and organizations anywhere in the world to make a real-time connection with our educators and ambassador wolves at our facility in Ely, MN. It’s a living, breathing, howling, teaching tool that engages viewers with unprecedented impact.
This resource goes beyond biology to analyze the human aspects of the wolf’s survival. This curriculum helps educators address a true environmental controversy in a holistic, objective manner. The materials provided will help you and your students make sense of this.
Incorporate geography and spatial use concepts to your curriculum with wolf research. Use our Track Wild Wolves section to find information about radio telemetry technology, current wolf research and data sets to track wild wolves.
Our staff educators can help you create a discounted group visit to our Ely, MN facility for your students that will compliment and enhance your curriculum. Program content can be aligned with specific state and/or national standards to fit your needs.
The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wildlands and the human role in their future.