Sagebrush Ecosystems Educator Training
April 18 @ 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Free Hands-On Resources, Curriculum,
Lunch/Refreshments + In-Service Credit!
Join Rick Reynolds, veteran educator and author of Inquiry, Exploration, and Service Learning in the Sagebrush Ecosystem and Janice Elvidge from the National Park Service and The River Mile Network as we explore a variety of resources from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), Audubon, BLM, and other partners. Earn PDUs while exploring hands-on NGSS/STEAM activities in beautiful Spokane, WA. Help us inspire students to think critically about sagebrush ecosystems and ways to protect them and their fascinating species!
Introduction to the sagebrush ecosystem
and trunks with hands-on materials
Overview of lesson plans aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards + Common Core State Standards
Hands-on activities, including some outside in the ecosystem
Lunch (included)—can be enjoyed outside!
More lessons + hands-on activities
FREE Resources Passed Out at Workshop
Teacher’s Guide adaptable for grades K-12 with reproducible handouts
Sagebrush Ecosystem posters
More Free Resources to Use with Your Students
Hands-on trunks for loan with skulls, tech, etc.
Videos, multimedia presentations, and more!
Rick Reynolds: 503-380-4140
Janice Elvidge: 509-754-7848
$40 deposit to reserve your seat
Note: Deposit/check will returned after you attend
Make check out to:
Lake Roosevelt Forum
Mail check to:
Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area
1008 Crest Drive
Coulee Dam, WA 99116
Assistance for Subs is available
You can complete an online application or to request a hardcopy application contact Janice Elvidge
Credit and Clock Hours
Professional development hours are available for all teachers! Clock Hours, certificate’s of completion and college credit are all available. Please indicate which you need on your registration.
Registration Deadline: When full or April 11, 2019
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