June 26-30, July 10-14, St. Peter and St. Paul
Immerse yourself in authentic field science with UMN scientists AND deepen your classroom practice for full scientific investigations that include analysis and communication. We utilize established citizen science projects as spring-boards to engage students in on-going ecology research that inspire their own investigations.
Our goal is to have student work reflect the language and mathematics of science. Join a collaboration between the UMN Monarch Lab and UMN Curriculum and Instruction Department to strengthen your teaching of critical STEM content, current ecology research, and using claims, evidence and reasoning to further science literacy within your classroom.
The first four days are at Gustavus Adolphus College and remaining days at the University of Minnesota.
There are additional meetings and support during the school year and Participants receive a $2266 stipend or 3 graduate credits, equipment, supplies and more benefits.
For more information contact Sarah Weaver.