America's Best Idea In Middle Tennessee Teacher Workshop
To register, call 615-893-9501 or e-mail us with your name, phone number, e-mail address, school, and grade level.
SCIENCE RESOURCES ON PUBLIC LANDS
On Friday July 12, 2013, Stones River National Battlefield in partnership other public land management agencies is sponsoring a six-hour workshop for educators in and around Nashville. Participants will learn how to use the unique resources of national parks and public lands to inspire their students and meet or exceed curriculum standards.
Representatives of the National Park Service as well as state and local public lands will work with educators to develop ideas for combining site visits, outreach services, and indpendent study assignments to connect students with their public lands while helping them acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to meet state education standards.
The workshop will be held at the Martin Professional Development Center. Registration begins at 8:30 AM.
Did You Know?
Stones River National Battlefield uses prescribed fire to preserve the battlefield landscapes. Fire also helps eliminate invasive exotic plants and encourage the growth of native grass species. More...