Yellowstone STEAM Teacher Workshop
Thank you for your interest in applying to a Yellowstone STEAM workshop!
Educators play a critical role in connecting young people to parks and wild places. To honor this connection, the Yellowstone Education Collaborative is offering a selection of teacher-specific initiatives during the 2019 summer season. Whether you’re a classroom teacher or a non-formal educator, join us in Yellowstone and let nature take its course.

With Yellowstone National Park as the venue, learn how to use both traditional and innovative methods to incorporate Art into STEM (and Art) lessons (STEAM!) Explore new ideas and strategies while networking with other educators on best practices for cross-curricular design.

WHO: Workshops are open to middle through high school teachers.

DUE DATE: Thursday, February 28 at 11:59 PM.

LOCATION: Gardiner, MT at the Yellowstone Overlook Field Campus.

DIFFICULTY: Be prepared to hike up to 3 miles per day, comfortably, with elevation gains up to 600 feet. Some off-trail hiking possible.

COURSE INSTRUCTORS: Trudy Patton, NPS and Virginia Miller, YF

COST: $200 - lodging and meals included

SELECTED APPLICANTS will be notified by Monday, April 1, 2019 via email.

Please complete the following application for summer 2019's Yellowstone STEAM teacher workshops.
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