Workshops for Teachers

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ORIGINAL WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS

IGS has provided a Summer Field Workshop for Idaho Educators, if funding was available. This workshop is usually held in July. It is designed to teach Idaho geology to in-service Idaho teachers. The workshop has a registration fee of $50 per participant. Camping is provided at no charge. All participants pay for their transporation to/from the workshop and for all their food. Two units of optional academic credit are available for the workshop at in-service teacher rates from the University of Idaho. Academic credit fees are the responsibility of the workshop participants. Both undergraduate and graduate credit are offered for the workshop. The Idaho Geological Survey has conducted instructional field workshops for Idaho's elementary and secondary teachers since 1986.

The week-long summer workshops provide hands-on, inquiry-based instruction on geology at various field locations in the state.

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1996: Geology and Earthquakes of the Teton Region
1995: Geology and Earthquake Hazards of Borah Peak
1994: Geology and Earthquake of Hebgen Lake
1993: Geology of Borah Peak
1992: Mt. St. Helens Eruption

 

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