Western UP Summer Institute 2019 Place-based, Interdisciplinary Watershed Literacy for K-12 Teachers and Community Partners ~ Th, June 20 AND M-F, June 24-28
~ Participate for one or more days!
8:30 AM — 4:00 PM daily.
See flyers for each workshop below:
June 20: Invasive Species Terrestrial & Aquatic Invasive Species Identification, Impacts & Monitoring
June 24: Meaningful Watershed Experiences Summer Institute Day 1
June 25: Meaningful Watershed Experiences Summer Institute Day 2
June 26: Geo-investigations through Virtual Field Experiences
June 27: Jacob Riis: How the Other Half Lives (KNHP Educator Workshop)
June 28: Beyond Trinkets: Student Designed Solutions Using 3D Printers and Other STEM Tools
FREE Summer Teacher Institute Includes:
Transportation to field sites
Lunch each day
LSSI Mini-grant opportunities (One teacher must attend June 24 AND June 25 to be eligible to apply for up to $2,000 in mini-grant funding)
SCECHs (5-40 pending)
Presenters will include teacher leaders and others from the Western UP MiSTEM Region, Mi-STAR, MTU Center for Science and Environmental Outreach, Keweenaw National Historical Park, Keweenaw Invasive Species Management Area, REMC1, and more!