Harriman Adventure | July 22-25 | 3 CEUs

3 Continuing Education Unit credits (cost covered for participants thanks to the Cross Foundation)

Syllabus coming soon!

In this hands-on workshop, we’ll explore Idaho’s wild places using the Project WILD and Project WET curriculums. This course includes a multiple overnight stay in the Harriman Scovel Center, plus a trip to the Grizzly Wolf Discovery Center and an in-depth exploration of Harriman State Park with multiple subject matter experts. You will need to provide your own transportation, or carpool to these locations, but you’ll be provided with a gas card from MOI.

Harriman Adventure Course Objectives: July 22-25, 2024 | 9am start, 3 OVERNIGHTs, return on 25th by 3pm

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

Once you have registered, you should receive a confirmation email with additional information. Please reach out if you don’t receive an email.

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