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Anchorage

  • April 25 – 26
    Bats and Frogs! Citizen Science for Students
    Join ADFG Citizen Science Biologist Marian Snively and Brenda Duty, Project WILD Coordinator for a fun hands-on workshop that demonstrates how you can engage your students in inquiry based research by monitoring little brown bats and wood frogs. Learn how to construct bat houses and how to identify frog calls…(they may be closer than you think!) and you’ll also learn about other programs you and your students may want to join in. These lessons are great for classroom science projects, citizen participation lessons and easily integrate into the new math and language arts standards. Great for K-12 teachers. Workshop can be taken as a practicum for APU MOSEE graduate students or one UAA graduate credit for teacher recertification. For more information contact Brenda.Duty@alaska.gov or 907-267-2216. SPECIAL OFFER: When 2 teachers from the same school sign up, pay only 1 materials fee!
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