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Taking Learning Outdoors

Using water as a lens, Taking Learning Outdoors is a 4-part workshop series that connects Utah’s K-12 teachers with the natural world through field trips, classroom visits, and innovative educational resources, all of which are centered on water quality and quantity, biodiversity, geosciences, and sustainability.  Through collaborations with scientists, graduate students, classroom teachers, and informal educators, this program promotes a deeper understanding of science and nature through authentic learning experiences across Utah’s watersheds.

During the 2014 - 2015 school year, we are targeting the Little Bear-Logan Watershed in northern Utah, and working with teachers in the Logan and Cache School Districts.

 

Funding for this program is provided by an NSF grant awarded to Utah EPSCoR.


For questions regarding this program, please contact Jessica Seppi.