Teton Science Schools

Educating for a Vibrant World


Read the latest on connecting people, nature and place through education, science and stewardship.

Educational Programs Clear Search

  • Thursday March 1, 2018
  • Educator Development in the 21st Century

    We are looking for our next Vice President of Educator Development to create and run the future of place-based educator development for pre and in-service teachers.
  • Tuesday January 30, 2018
  • A Journey to Murie Family Park

    “Goose Park” is the name affectionately given to the Murie Family Park outside of the Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center by the Journeys School kindergarten and first grade class. Over the past few weeks I’ve had a variety of experiences with schools visiting Teton Science Schools (TSS), and my visit to Murie Family Park further exemplifies the teaching embodied by TSS educators.
  • Saturday January 20, 2018
  • How the Government Shutdown Impacts Our Local National Parks

    The Government has shut down for an indefinite period of time—but what happens to our National Parks?
  • Monday January 8, 2018
  • Leadership in the Tetons

    Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the unique opportunity to observe Teton Science School field education programs. I saw many ways in which Teton Science Schools used field education to encourage outdoor and community leadership in all types of students, and in many cases leveraged their students’ unique personal background to increase comprehension.
  • Monday December 4, 2017
  • Eighth Grade Students from New Meadows Take Action in Boise

    The New Meadows School and Meadows Valley School District are part of the Place Network this year and are engaged in a multi-year professional development sequence to connect their school more closely to their community.
  • Monday November 27, 2017
  • Shifting my Perspective on the Power of Place

    The importance of place-based education is obvious to me. My years in middle school were spent looking for tracks in the woods of Ripton, Vermont and climbing in the Green Mountains. I had the privilege of having a quintessential place-based-education.


web solutions : redtopia