A variety of professional development workshops are offered by park staff and partner organizations.
Students and teachers participating in the Park Teachers Program engage in experiential and inquiry based learning in the field. Students utilize park-provided scientific instruments for gathering real data, formulating and testing hypotheses, and practicing observation skills all of which involve STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skills. Language and graphic arts skills are also utilized by students to present their findings. Contact our Education Specialist at 208-527-1331 to find out more about this new workshop and to sign up for the class.
SnowSchool Teacher's Workshop: Saturday, January 11
This 1-day workshop will provide educators with a variety of curriculum-based tools that can be used with students in the classroom and in the field to introduce winter ecology concepts and/or to prepare for a field trip to the park. College credit is available. Contact our Education Specialist at 208-527-1331 to sign up.
Did You Know?
The National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management cooperatively manage Craters of the Moon. Each agency has primary jurisdiction over specific areas of the greater Monument and Preserve.