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Field Trip Workshop

Field Trip workshops provide teachers with the opportunity to learn, first-hand how to use our new facility to engage your students in scientific inquiry...

Field Trip Workshop

Field Trip workshops provide teachers with the opportunity to learn, first-hand how to use our new facility to engage your students in scientific inquiry...

Field Trip Workshop

Field Trip workshops provide teachers with the opportunity to learn, first-hand how to use our new facility to engage your students in scientific inquiry...

Field Trip Workshop

Field Trip workshops provide teachers with the opportunity to learn, first-hand how to use our new facility to engage your students in scientific inquiry...

Field Trip Workshop

Field Trip workshops provide teachers with the opportunity to learn, first-hand how to use our new facility to engage your students in scientific inquiry...

Field Trip Workshop

Field Trip workshops provide teachers with the opportunity to learn, first-hand how to use our new facility to engage your students in scientific inquiry...

Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter

This eight-week online course allows teachers to use authentic archaeological data to practice the basics of scientific inquiry:  observation, inference, evidence and classification.

Teaching Toolbox Workshop: In the Classroom

Review toolbox options, learn how to use them in your classroom, and integrate them with other curriculum content in this 2 hour workshop.

Teaching Toolbox Workshop

During this dynamic, hands-on workshop you will engage with unique specimens, participate in authentic learning and increase your understanding of the nature of science.  You will also learn strategies for transfering these new understandings into your classroom and how to incorporate the scientific process into other areas of the curriculum through our Teaching Toolbox program.

Teaching Toolbox Workshop: Experience Soils!

This workshop will focus on soils and feature Dr. Mitchell Power, Curator of Garrett Herbarium at the Natural History Museum of Utah and Professor of Geography at the University of Utah.

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