2019 IAGD Accessible Field Course Application
The 2019 IAGD Accessible Geoscience Field Trip in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, is open to post-secondary students, geoscience faculty and industry practitioners.  PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO THOSE WITH DISABILITIES.

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This is a two-day field trip: September 25 & 26. If you are accepted to participate, you must make arrangements to arrive at the Phoenix Convention Center no later than 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 25th, and depart no sooner than 9:00 p.m., Thursday, September 26th.  Conference registration, transportation to Phoenix and lodging at the Annual Meeting are at your own expense.   Field-trip registration and all related trip expenses, including overnight lodging during the trip will be covered.  IAGD student travel grants will also be available.

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Describe your interest and experience in earth science. If you have ever participated in an outdoor earth science field trip, tell us about what you liked or disliked, and what you learned.
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Describe your experience in providing accessible instruction for students with disabilities. If you have previously conducted an accessible field-based course, tell us about the content focus, objectives, how it went, and what you learned as a result.
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