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MGA is actively recruiting teachers to participate in the 2018 Geo-Inquiry Summer Institute at UM's Flathead Lake Biological Station

February 14, 2018View for printing

National Geographic has launched a new interactive geography education program: The Geo-Inquiry Process. Last school year, MGA sent two of our alliance members - James Sigl and Jon Milligan - to the National Geographic Headquarters in Washington, D.C. to learn how to implement the Geo-Inquiry process in their classrooms. To learn more about the Geo-Inquiry process, click here ... geo-inquiry

During this upcoming summer 2018, MGA will offer a Geo-Inquiry Institute to Montana middle school teachers. MGA is partnering with UM's Flathead Lake Biological Station at Yellow Bay to implement the institute from June 20-22, 2018 at the BioStation. MGA will cover the costs for lodging, food, and travel stipends, as well as unique interactive and engaging science-based activities. Teachers can earn OPI renewal units through their participation in this institute. We will also take teachers on a scenic boat ride on Flathead Lake.

MGA is actively recruiting teachers to participate in this institute. To participate, you must meet the following guidelines: (1) Apply as a pair of middle school teachers from the same school; (2) One teacher must be a media/technology educator, and; (3) One science/social studies educator.

If you are part of a teacher pair that is interested in attending this institute, please fill out this form ... usp=sf_link

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