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Updated 03/17/2022 

The Power of Place-Based Learning 

June 13-17, 2022 
Black Hills State University Spearfish, SD 

 Join us face-to-face this summer as we explore effective approaches to engage students in learning that maximizes the interconnectedness of our environment, the topics we learn in class, and ourselves.  

Inspire curiosity, engagement, and science identity through place- based learning. This 5-day workshop is specifically designed for teachers who have a strong understanding of, and are implementing, three-dimensional teaching and learning in their classroom.   Details  
A $500 stipend will be awarded to participants who successfully complete all components of the workshop.  
During the week, lunch will be provided. If needed, lodging will also be available at Black Hills State University.

Two hours of graduate credit will be offered at a reduced tuition rate through Black Hills State University.
 

Application and Notification Process  

South Dakota teachers in grades K-12 are encouraged to apply.  

Limited number of seats available.  

https://www.sanfordlab.org/event/pd22 

 Please complete the online application by April 15th.  
Teachers will be notified of their application status by April 30th.  

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Workshop postings are intended to be professional development opportunities for mathematics educators.
Listings are provided for the convenience of our members, and are not necessarily endorsed or sponsored by SDCTM or NCTM.
 

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