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Professional Development for Visiting School Groups
Teton Science Schools’ Graduate Program combines academic courses, teaching experiences and a small group of peers to position students as effective place-based educators and leaders. You’ll experience a unique blend of training through coursework in ecology and education with teaching experiences in Grand Teton National Park and with public and independent schools.
The Languages of Materials: Sewing
The Reggio Emilia atelier (art studio) inspires creation and self-expression through cultivating "a hundred languages" that are possible in the mind of a child. Loris Malaguzzi, founder of the Reggio Emilia philosophy, believed that children have hundreds ways of thinking, speaking, listening and making their ideas visible.
Place-Based Education Symposium
Teton Science Schools’ fourth Place-Based Education Symposium is focused on sharing best practices in local learning and global citizenship.
In Mud Early Childhood Workshop
Spring in the Rocky Mountains is mud season! Get prepared for the changing weather and mud by learning more about why getting young children outside is so important as well as get practice with what to do with your students outside.
Wonderfully Wild (Grades 1-2)
Wriggle through the landscape while exploring the big and small, the near and far, the cool, the gross, and everything in between!
Mad Scientists (Grades 3-4)
Have you ever wondered how to make ice cream, build a simple machine, or create a tornado? Ask questions, propose hypotheses, develop methods, and collect data during a week full of hands-on science fun.
Surviving Jackson Hole (Grades 5-6)
Master critical survival and teambuilding skills: make a fire, build a shelter, purify water and learn tracking skills. Each day is a new challenge for survival and fun in the outdoors.
Pre-K Adventures – Wood & Glue – Jackson, WY
Come build, create, and design with natural and repurposed materials!
H2-Oh! (Grades 1-2)
Imagine living your entire life in or near water! What adaptations would you need to survive?
Super Stream Team (Grades 3-4)
Slip on your water shoes, roll up your sleeves and prepare to discover a whole new world at the water's edge.
Trails, Tents, & Canoes (Grades 5-6)
Have fun while hiking and paddling your way through Grand Teton National Park! Investigate the animals and plants that inhabit the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, discover secrets about the land under our feet, and conclude with camping Thursday night at Jackson Lake.