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06 Feb 2017 1:31 PM | Anonymous

Growing Your Classroom Creatively with STEAM!

An online course with the Project Food, Land & People Program

Earn your Professional Development Credit while you teach easily implemented lessons with students in your classroom! Begins Feb 15th

Experience lessons and resources that are hands-on, provide critical-thinking activities, timely background information, measurable objectives, and references that distinguish them among materials used to teach about food, natural resources and consumers.

Use FLP lessons, share ideas with K-12 teachers from across the state, receive valuable resources and earn your NDSU credit! Attend two interactive video sessions with your laptop and complete the remaining requirements independently. For more info contact jill.vigesaa@gmail.com or 701-799-5488

Register online at www.ndfb.org/edusafe/flp

or view info at NDSU DCE https://www.ndsu.edu/dce/k-12/info/17677

$50 Registration plus $50 1-Credit NDSU Fee (Scholarships available)

Veteran teacher and advocate Ginger Deitz along with Jill Vigesaa serve as course facilitators Teacher comments include: “If you haven’t taken a FLP Class yet, YOU MUST!!” “Most informational and hands on class I have ever taken. Thank you for everything!” “This course was very informative! The instructors were well organized with many hands-on activities, resources, and a wealth of information!” “A great balance of material, activities, and instruction. Great class!”

Deadline will be FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10th Don’t miss out!

Click here to register

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"Science is part of everyone’s natural curiosity and encompasses all aspects of our lives.  It has had an impact on human history and promises to have an influence on the future.  The NDSTA seeks to:  inspire, promote and support excellence in science education and learning.  We will therefore, voice the continued need for quality science education in the state of North Dakota."

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