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Great Lakes Watershed Institute 2008

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Looking at the lake Teachers get hands-on view of Lake Superior’s ecosystem
By Dan Schneider, Daily Mining Gazette Writer

View Houghton Michigan Daily Mining Gazette article PDF

About the Course

This Institute is designed to teach educators about the physical, chemical, and biological components of the Great Lakes ecosystem, using Lake Superior as the classroom. This 5-day course is designed to enhance the ability of educators to teach about Great Lakes topics including watershed delineation, stream and lake assessments, amphibian monitoring, communicating results, stewardship, and environmental careers. Mathematics; life, earth and physical sciences; technology; and social studies content expectations will be woven into the course content.

Contact

Joan Chadde, Institute Coordinator

Western U.P. Center for Science, Math & Environmental Education

105 Dillman Hall -Michigan Tech University

1400 Townsend Dr., Houghton, MI 49931

Tel: 906-487-3341 Fax: 906-487-1620

Email:jchadde@mtu.edu




  • This institute is made possible with a grant from theMichigan Dept of Environmental Quality Coastal Management Program and the Michigan Space Grant Consortium

    ♦ Coordinated by the Western Upper Peninsula Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education and Michigan Technological University


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