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NJ School of Conservation Teaching Scholar Program: Biodiversity Field Methods
June 28- July 2, 2020
COST: FREE Scholarships will be funded by National Geographic and Montclair State University. Scholarships include all meals, on-site lodging and educational resources.
This five-day summer professional development workshop for middle school teachers will focus on an extended hands-on experience in assessing ecosystem biodiversity. Teachers will work alongside academic researchers and professional scientists to identify flora and fauna in the forest, stream and lake ecosystems in and around the NJ School of Conservation (NJSOC) within Stokes State Forest. Teachers will learn field methods and improve their content knowledge in biology, ecology, and environmental science. Teachers will contribute to a NJSOC Bioblitz event scheduled to coincide with the workshop, allowing teachers to utilize the concept and curriculum materials for National Geographic’s and iNaturalists’s Bioblitz program. The concluding activity will be for the workshop participants to translate their newly developed skills to their classroom, school and local community by creating a lesson or unit plan that applies workshop learning. Full workshop description can be found HERE. Deadline to apply: April 1, 2020
For more information please contact:
Tanya Sulikowski
Environmental Educator/Researcher 
NJ School of Conservation 
Montclair State University
1 Wapalanne Road
Branchville, NJ 07826
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Montclair State University: College of Education and Human Services
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We Want to Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom

February 6, 2020

5:00 - 8:00 PM

Montclair State University’s Memorial Auditorium


5:00-8:00 #Blacklivesmatter Curriculum Fair w/ DJ Reef and Youth DJ’s
6:00-8:00 Bettina Love Talk and Book Signing
Montclair State University’s Memorial Auditorium

Dr. Bettina L. Love is an award-winning author and Associate Professor of Educational Theory & Practice at the University of Georgia. She is one of the field’s most esteemed educational researchers in the areas of how anti-blackness operates in schools, Hip Hop education, and urban education. In 2016, Dr. Love was named the Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow at the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University. She is the author of the books We Want To Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom and Hip Hop’s Li’l Sistas Speak: Negotiating Hip Hop Identities and Politics in the New South.

Books for Sale on site
Preregistration is required for this free event! 


Hosted by the Dean’s Office of the College of Education and Human Services
Co-sponsored by: Center of Pedagogy; Department of Teaching and Learning; Montclair State University Network for Educational Renewal; Recruiting Teachers of Color Grant

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