Teton Science Schools’ Graduate Program weaves together academic courses and teaching experiences that position the graduate student to make an effective impact in their chosen field. The program has two concentrations; Leadership in Field Science Education (beginning its 20th year) and Teacher Training in Independent Schools (new for 2013-14). Both concentrations are a unique combination of academic and practical educational training. Leadership in Field Science Education is focused on place-based and field science education at the Kelly Campus of Teton Science Schools, in Grand Teton National Park. Teacher Training in Independent Schools applies place-based theory in the PreK -12th grade classrooms at Journeys School in Jackson, Wyoming and Teton Valley Community School in Victor, Idaho. During their year of residency at Teton Science Schools, students can earn from 27 to 32 transferable graduate credits through the University of Wyoming from their academic and practicum experiences.
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