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Rivers to Range: Exploring the Pioneer: a 5-Day Institute for Grades 4-8 Educators
July 7—8:30 am - 4:00 pm$375 – $450
For thousands of years, the Connecticut River has flowed through Pioneer Valley, shaping the land and life around it. Known for its basalt flows, mountain ranges, dinosaur footprints, and fertile soils, the Pioneer Valley exhibits a rich history of geologic change. Join us to explore opportunities for integrating science and math as you learn about the geologic history of the Pioneer Valley. Visit local field sites, delve into museum collections, and immerse yourself in inquiry-based, standards-driven investigations as you learn about how the modern landscape provides clues to a very different past.
Partners & Collaborators:
Hitchcock Center for the Environment; Beneski Museum of Natural History; Springfield Science Museum; The Trustees of Reservations
July 6-10, 2020 (8:30am – 4:00pm)
$400/participant if attending with one other teacher from your school or district.
$375/participant if attending with 2 or more other teachers from your school or district.
PDPs and Optional Graduate Credit:
40 PDPs are available without graduate credit.
67.5 PDPs and 3 graduate science credits are available from Cambridge College for $225.
67.5 PDPs and 3 graduate credits are available from Framingham State University for $225.