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Educator Camps

July 22 - July 25

Adventures in CEU credit
  • CEU credits through Northwest Nazarene University are offered at no additional cost on all camps.
  • This and the sharply reduced registration fee are possible thanks to generous support from the Cross Charitable Foundation.

 

Your 2024 camp lineup:

 

3, 2, 1, Lift Off!  (July 1-2  |  1 credit  |  $30  |  Syllabus)

Educators will:

  • learn about basic STEM connections in the study of astronomy
  • explore how place-based learning can provide their students with relevant and meaningful learning experiences
  • learn appropriate field techniques in the context of astronomy
  • create a plan to implement what they learned in their own teaching contexts

 

Expedition Yellowstone  (July 8-9  |  2 credits  |  $50  |  Syllabus)

Educators will:

  • learn about basic ecological processes and scientific data collection
  • explore East Idaho’s specific wilderness and natural and cultural resources to learn more about what makes Yellowstone unique
  • explore how place-based learning can provide their students with relevant and meaningful learning experiences
  • learn appropriate field techniques in the context of ecology
  • create a plan to implement what they learned in their own teaching contexts

 

Grand Teton Geology  (July 15-16 overnight |  2 credits  |  $50  |  Syllabus)

Educators will:

  • learn about basic geological processes that occur within the Earth
  • explore Grand Teton-specific geology to learn more about what makes those mountains unique
  • explore how place-based learning can provide their students with relevant and meaningful learning experiences
  • learn appropriate field techniques in the context of geology
  • create a plan to implement what they learned in their own teaching contexts

 

Wasden Archaeology  (July 18-19  |  1 credit  |  $35  |  Syllabus)

Educators will:

  • learn about basic archaeological processes and scientific data collection
  • explore Idaho’s archaeological resources to learn more about what makes Idaho unique
  • explore how place-based learning can provide their students with relevant and meaningful learning experiences
  • learn appropriate field techniques in the context of archaeology
  • create a plan to implement what they learned in their own teaching contexts

 

Harriman Adventure  (July 22-25 overnight  |  3 credits  |  $75  |  Syllabus)

Educators will:

  • learn about basic ecological processes and scientific data collection
  • explore East Idaho’s specific wilderness and water resources to learn more about what makes Idaho unique
  • explore how place-based learning can provide their students with relevant and meaningful learning experiences
  • learn appropriate field techniques in the context of ecology
  • create a plan to implement what they learned in their own teaching contexts

 

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Details

Start:
July 22
End:
July 25
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Venue

Museum of Idaho
200 N. Eastern Ave.
Idaho Falls, ID 83402 United States
Phone
208-522-1400
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Organizer

Museum of Idaho
Phone
208-522-1400
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