Parks as Classrooms Ranger Programs

Yosemite Education is reviewing and improving our Parks as Classrooms programs for Spring 2019. Please check back in January for updated program offerings and to request a program.

Other Educational Opportunities in Yosemite

Visit Yosemite, Virtually: Distance Learning programs

If getting to Yosemite is challenging, we have the solution. Consider scheduling a distance learning program for your students or youth program—using the Internet. Education rangers can broadcast Parks as Classrooms programs right into your classroom or youth center.

For more information, contact the Education Office at 209/375-9503 or email us.

Explore Yosemite with our education partner: NatureBridge programs

NatureBridge environmental science programs in Yosemite National Park offer students in grades K-12 the opportunity to learn hands-on science in one of the world’s most stunning geologic wonders. Two- to five-day residential outdoor science programs are led by experienced educators and customized to enhance your school’s curriculum. Students hike through the dramatic landscapes of Yosemite, explore ancient groves of giant sequoias, ski across snowy meadows, and challenge themselves to reach the tops of waterfalls. Focused on inquiry-based learning, students engage in field research projects and discover how humans and the environment are connected, from past to present.
For more information, email yosemitereservations@naturebridge.org, or call 209/379-9511 ext 25.

Bring Yosemite back to your classroom: Teacher Ranger Teacher program

The National Park Service Teacher Ranger Teacher (TRT) program is an extended professional development opportunity for educators from K-12 schools to learn about the resources and educational materials available through the National Park Service. Teachers participating in Yosemite’s Teacher Ranger Teacher program will have the opportunity to live and learn in the park including completing an education project in conjunction with park staff, developing lesson plans to be used in their classroom or school, participating in online courses through the University of Colorado and increasing their understanding of place-based learning. The six-week long program is offered June-August.

For more information, contact the Education Office at 209/375-9503 or email us.

Last updated: September 13, 2018

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

PO Box 577
Yosemite National Park, CA 95389

Phone:

(209) 372-0200

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