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Title:Vermont Master Naturalist for Educators
Date:6/24/2024 (Monday)
Address:713 Elm St, Montpelier, VT
Location:Montpelier, VT
Hours:Jun 24 at 8AM Jun 28 at 4PM
Cost/Cover:See Details
Contact Info:See Details
Details:Instructors: Sean Beckett, Alicia Daniel, Guest Instructors
June 24 - 28, 2024 | $1300 ($1750 with 3 graduate credits)
Class Size: 16 students
Financial support information: email info@northbranchnaturecenter.org

Full Course Information Registration: northbranchnaturecenter.org\/2024-vmn-for-educators

This unique collaboration between North Branch Nature Center and Vermont Master Naturalist is a place-based, integrated training in interpreting the local landscape and applying that training to the 5th-12th grade classroom and curricula. Each day immerses in a different ecosystem, exploring the pieces, patterns, and processes driving local ecology. Well practice field-based activities and classroom-based extensions aligned with Next Generation Science Standards and Proficiency-Based Learning frameworks.

Each day focuses on a different layer of the landscape, beginning with the bedrock beneath our feet, and ending with the birdlife flying above. Topics will include geology, glacial history, soils, botany, rivers and wetlands, and wildlife. Each day will present ecological puzzles that will be teased apart by participants through each days explorations.

By the end of the week, participants will be equipped with a deeper repertoire of naturalist skills as well as a range of resources, activities, and frameworks to understand and teach about Vermont ecology and conservation. No prerequisite naturalist training is required only a love of the natural world and a healthy dose of curiosity.

This course is about reconnecting with nature, re-imagining nature-based teaching and learning at the middle and high school level, and cultivating a community of educators passionate about exploring and understanding our wild world.

Course Goals
-Pieces: Gain comfort identifying the characteristic residents of the Vermont woods, including birds, trees, plants, rocks, mammals, and insects.
-Patterns: Become familiar recognizing and interpreting the particular distribution
Audience:All Welcome
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