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Future Workshops:

 

Teaching Outside 101-coming soon!

 

Project Learning Tree Workshop – Postponed

Saturday February 29th, 2020 from 9:30 – 3pm

This workshop is designed for teachers, scout troop leaders, and daycare providers working with students in K-8 grades. Project Learning Tree’s award-winning, multi-disciplinary activities are designed to develop students’ critical thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making skills. Participants will receive a Project Learning Tree Activity guide with 96 hands-on lessons aligned to standards and correlated with scout badges. 5 OPI credits available

$30/person or $27/members – become a member today!

Advance registration required by clicking here

 

Previous Workshops:

Educator Trunk Show

Tuesday November 5th, 2019 from 4 – 6pm 

Calling all teachers! Join us for this FREE opportunity to learn about educational trunks available to borrow from the Bureau of Land Management, Montana FWP, the Montana Audubon Center and ZooMontana.

Snacks and Beverages from Thirsty Street Brewing Co. will be provided.

RSVPs appreciated by calling 406-294-5099 or email hbildenATmtaudubon.org

 

Naturalist in a Day Workshop

June 3 or June 13, 2019 from 8:30am – 3:30pm

The Naturalist in a Day Teacher Workshop is for K-12 teachers who want to deepen their knowledge of the natural world and learn to incorporate the study of natural history into their classrooms. We’ll teach you the skills you need to identify local plants, birds and insects. We’ll also share some lessons you can use in your classroom to engage your students in hands-on science lessons that meet Next Generation Science Standards.

OPI and SD2 step-up credits available

$40 ($36 for Center members)

STAY TUNED FOR NATURALIST IN A DAY IN JUNE 2020!

 

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