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Professional Development Opportunity: Implementing Active Teaching and Learning in the Classroom

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Struggling to make your lectures more active? We are pleased to announce our 5th annual Conservation Teaching and Learning Studio for post-secondary educators. This year's Studio will be an opportunity to learn with and from a diverse group of educators about scientific and active teaching techniques, and integrate them into your teaching practice. Finding the time to make your lectures more active is a challenge, but through this Studio we'll provide the resources, feedback, and time to work on these teaching skills. Bring a lecture or lesson of your choice (or we will provide sample resources) and after a peer-collaboration process, you'll leave with a ready to implement active teaching lesson.

Please share this email with any and all colleagues you think may be interested in attending this year's event.

- The Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners


Studio theme: Walking the Walk: Implementing Active Teaching and Learning in the Classroom

Studio dates: June 13-15, 2018

Studio location: American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY

Application deadline: Friday April 20, 2018 at 12pm EDT

The Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP) convenes small groups of post-secondary or adult educators in intensive workshops in Conservation Teaching and Learning Studios to exchange teaching strategies, train in evidence-based pe

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