Eight new teachers in natural geography
On Tuesday 5 December and Wednesday 6 December, eight students completed their main subject in 'Natural geography'
On Tuesday 5 December and Wednesday 6 December, eight students completed their main subject in 'Natural geography'. Over the past 3 ½ years, they have received a basic natural science education and a specialization in the field of natural geography.
Through their education, the eight students have gained competencies to plan, implement and evaluate teaching in professional areas such as snow and glaciology, the geological cycle, rocks and minerals, biotope studies and weather, climate and climate change.
A common feature of their education is teaching that has been characterized by practical, hands-on activities that aim to create curiosity and wonder in children and inspire them to explore and learn more about nature and natural geography.
The eight new natural geography teachers will enter the school with a great desire to make a difference for pupils in Greenlandic primary schools.
The eight students are expected to complete their entire teacher training program in the summer of 2024.
- Picture, front from left: Nukannguaq Olsen, Tukummeq Poulsen, Nuka-Otto Thomsen
- Picture, center from left: Bjarne Martinsen, Ane Grethe Rosing, Gigi Jensen, Karina Abelsen, Max Sandgreen
- Picture, rear: associate professor Lars Demant-Poort