Place-Based Education Symposium: Best Practices in Local Learning & Global Citizenship

The Symposium will include individual presentations, PechaKucha presentations, round-table discussions & presentations, dinner, a keynote address, and awards.

What: Teton Science Schools’ fifth Place-Based Education Symposium, focused on sharing best practices in local learning and global citizenship.

When: April 24th, 2020; 4:00 to 7:30pm

Where: Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools, North Education Center

The Symposium will include individual presentations, PechaKucha presentations, round-table discussions & presentations, dinner, a keynote address, and awards. Within the broad umbrella of place-based education, the symposium will focus on four themes relevant to place-based educators around the region. Prizes will be voted on by a panel of judges and awarded to the best presentation, and there will also be a People’s Choice Award voted on by all attendees of the Symposium. All types of presentations will be eligible for the awards. The 2020 Symposium will feature a track for early childhood educators.

A request for proposals (RFP) will be out in November 2019 to solicit proposals for the Symposium. Please email tlc@tetonscience.org if you are interested in presenting and would like to receive the RFP.

Missed the Symposium last year? Check out the 2019 PBE Symposium proceedings for ideas and inspiration.