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  • Friday June 8, 2018
  • Interview with New Vice President of Educator Development Nikki Gamrath, Ph.D.

    Teton Science Schools is excited to announce Nikki Gamrath as the new Vice President of Educator Development. Learn more about Nikki in this interview with Leslie Cook, Director of the Teacher Learning Center.
  • Tuesday May 15, 2018
  • Rooted in Place: A Personal Reflection

    DJ Sandler, a former Field Ecology summer camper, spent autumn of 2017 interning at TSS, and this is his final blog post about his time here.
  • Tuesday May 8, 2018
  • A Truly Unique Graduate Program

    Teaching educators to see their students as full sponges, saturated in their own thoughts and beliefs, helps grads approach teaching with an intrinsic sense of inquiry and empathy.
  • 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.
  • Wednesday February 7, 2018
  • Place-Based Education in Bhutan: A Reflection from my Fellowship

    How do I teach place-based education in a culture, society, and environment I don’t know? TSS Fellow shares how she has connected to a new place in the Kingdom of Bhutan.
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  • 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.


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