Continuing Education for Teachers & Adults
In 2015, join us for any or all of five exciting and unique learning opportunities in Idaho's spectacular natural environment. All courses include opportunities for observation and study through hands-on field activities that teachers can adapt to any grade level. An interdisciplinary approach weaves English, math, history, and art into the science-based activities. We will be hiking up to two miles over moderate terrain each day, so participants should be moderately fit.
- Water in the West: Yellowstone and Beyond
- Mountains: Wild Animals and Wild Places
- Harriman Park: Wild and Wonderful Wetlands
- Energy Now and Forever
Class Registration and CostsCredit fee in addition to class cost: $50 per credit through ISU. Click on the title of the class to register and choose, from the dropdown menu, to take the classes for credit or not for credit. You can also download a printable registration form HERE and send it to the MOI with a check or credit card number. As per ISU policy, in order to take the classes for credit, you must hold a Bachelor's degree, or higher, from a regionally accredited educational institutuion in the United States, or the equivalent from an educational institution in another country. You may only enroll for a maximum of seven (7) professional development credits offered under the EDUC 5598P per semester, and will not earn credits towards an advanced degree.
- Astronomy: $75 ($125 for 1 credit)
- Water in the West: Yellowstone and Beyond: $150 ($250 for 2 credits)
- Mountains: Wild Animals and Wild Places: $75 ($125 for 1 credit)
- Harriman Park: Wild and Wonderful Wetlands: $150 ($250 for 2 credits)
- Energy Now and Forever: $75 ($125 for 1 credit)
For questions on ISU registration, the topics covered, or more details about the classes, please contact the Museum of Idaho Education Department, at 522-1400 ext. 3002 or email@example.com.
If you do not wish to take the classes for credits, you can register and pay only the class fee directly through the Museum of Idaho. Museum of Idaho accepts all major credit cards and PayPal. Click here to register!
For more information on any of the Museum of Idaho education programs, contact
Chloe Doucette, Education Director at (208) 522-1400 ext. 3002, or firstname.lastname@example.org
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