Place-based in the Platte

 

Photo courtesy of Josh Sandlian

Students from across Carbon County School District No. 2 pose during their tour of Power Company of Wyoming’s new wind farm site south of Rawlins

About 50 children brushed up on their science skills in a hands-on summer program that spanned from July 15 to 19.

Educators from Carbon County School District No. 2 and Teton Science Schools in Jackson assisted with bringing Teton Summer Science Camp to Saratoga for the third year in a row, said CCSD 2 Science Facilitator Josh Sandlian.

The program uses a teaching method called place-based education, a method designed to utilize local resources to teach students science in a hands-on environment.

“We just wanted to have a week where we were focused on science and science place-based sci...



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