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. Join faculty from the Teton Science Schools to learn more about nature-based and Reggio Emilia-inspired teaching and learning. Participants will spend time at the Jackson Campus or Teton Valley Campus of TSS as well as nearby Rendezvous Park engaging in nature-based experience and discussing facilitation and documentation of those experiences with children – be prepared to spend time outside! Special focus in the 2020 In Mud on gardening and food with children.
8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Lunch and snacks included. Up to 6 Wyoming or Idaho STARS hours available.
Lodging and Place-based Education Symposium available for Friday evening, April 24 [link to PBE Sympoisum].
Sign-up for individual In Mud workshop sessions will open on Friday, April 10 to those registered.