• Thursday March 15, 2012
  • Education, Innovation and Sea Monsters at Journeys School

    In the final week of the Teaching Practicum experience at Journeys School, I like to walk through the levels to observe the various products of graduate student efforts.
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  • Have You Signed Up For Summer Yet?

    Summer will be here before you know it. Kindergarteners through twelfth graders are welcome to come spend five days or more with Teton Science Schools in the beauty of the National Parks and Teton Valley.
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  • Look Who's Back

    The warm southern winds have been a welcome reprieve from the cold short days of winter. If you listen closely you can hear the trill of red-winged black birds
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  • The Anatomy of a Successful School Partnership

    For the past nearly three years, Teton Science Schools has been working closely with the community of Saratoga and Carbon County School District #2 to improve science education in a place-based way across the district.
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  • Thursday February 16, 2012
  • AmeriCorps Field Instructor - Bridging the Gap

    I often find myself wondering what my main goal and purpose is as an environmental educator. The first response that comes out is usually something like, “To educate students on the natural world.”
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  • Graduate Studies - Work Hard, Play Hard

    During this winter semester, Graduate Students have worked for weeks in their academic course Ecological Inquiry, investigating conservation and management issues from key stakeholders around the state of Wyoming
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