Completed Online Expeditions
Global SchoolNet provides the curriculum resources, online activities, and
facilitates interactions between students, teachers and explorers for numerous
expeditions and virtual field trips. Although these expeditions have been
completed, you will find valuable content, maps and images. And, several
expedition leaders are even willing to answer questions or make guest
appearances at your school.
NOTE: Due to URL changes, some links on the pages below may no longer
CAMBODIA - COUNTRY, CULTURE,
COMMUNITY & CHILDREN (2006)
US students learn about the poverty and unique challenges that Cambodia has
POLE SOLO (2004)
Wave Vidmar attempts to be
the first American to voyage solo to the North Pole.
Read about his 60 day adventure as he walked, skied, and
swam 660 miles across the
frozen Arctic sea ice!
- SPIRIT OF
Conrad Anker, Bob Wallace, Dave German voyage into the ice, by boating, trekking, and climbing their way
from the Antarctic Peninsula to the Falkland Islands.
- HOGS FOR DOGS (2004)
Bailey, two Golden Retrievers, journey over 25,000 miles in their
Harley-Davidson sidecars, bringing attention to the special needs of people
with disabilities and highlighting the many ways that a Guide or Assistance
Dog can help them lead more independent lives.
- DRY VALLEYS
- ANTARCTICA (2003)
The "Stream Team" researchers have returned,
but you can view their photos and read their stories
about the polar desert ecosystem of Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
- ROW AROUND THE WORLD SOLO TRANSOCEANIC VOYAGE
Mick Bird rows solo on a 26,000-mile transoceanic voyage around the world
aboard his boat Reach.
- BANCROFT-ARNESEN INTI (2001)
Bancroft and Liv Arnesen help girls pursue their dreams and educators inspire kids
in the INTI 2001, when they attempt to become the first all-girl high school
group to climb a 6,222-meter peak.
- BANCROFT-ARNESEN (2000)
Bancroft and Liv Arnesen are the first women to
venture on a 100-day, 2,400-mile trek across
- CAMELL (1996-2001)
Alex Bannister and
her team travel 17,000 kilometers around Australia, saving the environment with
- AFRICAN EDVENTURE (1999)
Denis Wilson and Aaron Frick take a 18,000-mile expedition through ten
African countries to England, in a restored, 26-year-old, satellite-linked
Series III Land Rover.
- HAKUNA MATATA
Mary Foster invites classrooms to join her Hakuna Matata Adventure as she
travels from Europe to Africa.
- WHERE ON THE
GLOBE IS ROGER (1993)
Roger Williams, former United States Marine Corps combat pilot and retired
airline pilot, realizes his long-standing dream of driving around the world
in the name of world peace.