Thank you to everyone who attended and presented for the KBS K-12 Partnership Summer Institute August 17-19, 2016.
Day 1: Wednesday, August 17 will include a morning plenary and then the opportunity to participate in a Michigan Environmental Education Curriculum Support (MEECS) workshop. Choose Ecosystems and Biodiversity OR Climate Change . Offered with generous support from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
RESOURCES FROM DAY 1 SESSIONS:
Day 2, Thursday, August 18 will include morning plenary, then an action packed day of concurrent sessions. You could learn about algae, biomimicry, agriculture, classroom management, how to ask the right questions and Michigan’s Most Wanted!
RESOURCES FROM DAY 2 SESSIONS:
“Data Nuggets in the Classroom” (Marcia Angle & Cheryl Hach)
“Michigan’s Most Unwanted” (Dustin Kincaid)
“Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas – Citizen Science to Combat Invasive Species” (Michael Anderson)
Day 3, Friday, August 19 will include an engaging morning plenary speaker and amazing concurrent sessions, topics to include urban forestry, papermaking with invasive plants, what the Research Experiences for Teachers have been up to at KBS this summer. We’ll spend the afternoon outside at the Kellogg Bird Sanctuary and the Experimental Pond Labs.
RESOURCES FROM DAY 3 SESSIONS:
“Winter is coming! Are you adapted?” (Torrey Wenger and Marty Buehler)
“Papermaking with Invasive Plants” (Jane Kramer)
Where: Kellogg Biological Station, 3700 East Gull Lake Dr., Hickory Corners, MI 49060
SCECHs will be NOT be available (updated 8/4/2016).
Compensation: stipend of $75/day
Workshop coordinated by Tyler Bassett and Jake Nalley, 2015-16 KBS K-12 Partnership Fellows
New to the Partnership? Learn more here.