[NHDOE-ETNews] Land Science Educators Network Seeks Secondary Level Educators
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Mon Mar 27 15:37:44 EDT 2017
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ITEM: Land Science Educators Network Seeks Secondary Level Educators
Mass Audubon and University of Wisconsin are currently looking for secondary level educators from New Hampshire and Massachusetts to join the Land Science Educators network (LSEN). In this final year of a grant associated with this game, active LSEN teachers are eligible for a $500 stipend. This virtual land planner internship experience for students has been integrated in various types of courses at high schools around the country, including environmental science, biology, literacy and GIS courses. The authorware tool (VIA) allows teachers to modify the game experience to better suit the needs of students. If interested in learning more or applying to be part of the Land Science Educators Network (LSEN), please apply to LSEN at http://www.landscienceeducators.org/ or contact Lisa Marshall at lmarshall at massaudubon.org<mailto:lmarshall at massaudubon.org>
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