Woodrow Wilson NFF - ELI Summer 2003 Science Teacher Workshops
10/01/2002 12:58:06 David Silverberg
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SUMMER 2003 TEACHER PROGRAM
ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING INSTITUTE, WOODROW WILSON NATIONAL FELLOWSHIP FOUNDATION & COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES TEACHER ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
LEADERSHIP PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS
TEACHER OUTREACH (TORCH) WORKSHOPS
During summer 2003 the Environmental Learning Institute
(www.environmentallearning.org) will be offering our third season of science
education courses in cooperation with Colorado School of Mines and Woodrow
Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Our courses in Mayaland, British
Columbia and Alaska offer intermediate-secondary science educators
opportunities to learn more about inquiry-based science education
philosophy, pedagogy and praxis and global environmental change while
learning about a threatened North American ecosystem of global significance.
Each course has a dual tract structure in biology and geology allowing the
participant to specialize in their discipline of interest. Geology and
biology faculty supervise all courses. We invite pre-service, in-service,
education undergrad and graduate student, science education professors
(teacher of teachers) and science education professionals (e.g. science
education coordinators, university, park, museum
and outdoor center affiliated). For more information please check our
website at: www.environmentallearning.org.
1. FIELD BIOLOGY & FIELD GEOLOGY IN THE MAYAN TROPICAL COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS
(SIAN KA'AN BIOSPHERE RESERVE), QUINTANA ROO, MEXICO.
Session 1: Monday, June 30-Tuesday, July 8, 2003.
Session 2: Thursday, July 10-Friday, July 18, 2003.
2. FIELD BIOLOGY AND FIELD GEOLOGY OF THE CANADIAN TEMPERATE RAINFOREST
(CLAYOQUOT SOUND BIOSPHERE RESERVE), BRITISH COLUMBIA , CANADA.
Session 1: Tuesday, July 22 - Wednesday, July 30, 2003.
3. FIELD BIOLOGY AND FIELD GEOLOGY OF THE TUNDRA & TAIGA ECOSYSTEMS, ALASKA
RANGE, (NATIONAL PARKS, STATE PARKS, USBLM AND USFS LANDS), ALASKA, USA.
Session 1: Saturday, August 2- Sunday, August 10, 2003.
Session 2: Tuesday, August 12 - Wednesday, August 20, 2003.
David Scott Silverberg, Ph.D.
Environmental Learning Institute
5710 South Freeman Road #4
Tucson, AZ 85747 USA