Educator Workshop To Be Held At NHTIC
An educator workshop will be hosted by the National Historic Trails Center for educators, volunteers, and parents who value outdoor education.
Join the hands-on two day workshop August 13th and 14th from 9-5 each day.
On Aug. 13, Digital Bridge to Nature will be presented by Watchable Wildlife, Inc. Participants will learn how to use digital cameras as a tool to encourage students’ exploration of the outdoors. Photography experts will prepare participants to utilize photographic exploration as a means to teach core curriculum.
Project Wild and Project Learning Tree training will begin the afternoon of Aug. 13 and continue through Aug. 14. The Project Wild K-12 curriculum focuses on wildlife and habitat, and the Project Learning Tree activities are designed to help young people learn HOW to think, not WHAT to think, about complex environmental issues. A special Wyoming specific supplement will be offered at the training.
Participants may choose one or both programs. The cost is $40 and includes several curriculum guides, activity materials, and snacks. Professional Teaching Standards Board and university credit are available for an additional cost with participation in the full two-day workshop. For information and to register, contact Stacey Moore at email@example.com or call (307) 261-7787. Space is limited.