Final Workshop Assignment DUE June 16

Attached is a word document with the Final Workshop Assignment.  You can use the file, but PLEASE SAVE with this name:  yournameAL2017assignment  (for example: SmithAL2017assignment).

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Pre-Workshop tasks for Friday

Step 1

Become familiar with the term “ecosystem services. Follow the link for information and check out the attached infographic made by Laura Flanagan:

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Josh Nielsen • Jun 09, 2017

I participated in the first MILES program and as my project did a unit on river restoration with my Gifted and Talented class at Franklin Middle School. As a culminating activity I wrote a grant and received funding from our local Kiwanis club to plant trees along a section of the Portneuf river... more

Why I was so grumpy yesterday afternoon...or what I learned from using WeVideo

Anne Koski • Jun 09, 2017

I know chromebooks are our computing device of choice in the Pocatello School district, and so I want to share some of my suggestions and frustrations when working with the wevideo online video maker on a chromebook to complete our assignment.

First of all, I had to sign up for a 90 day... more

Sacagawea Park

Brent Patch • Jun 09, 2017

I am looking forward to today's adventure to Sacagawea Park. Some 10 years ago, I facilitated a Service Learning class at our New Horizon Alternate school. We would ride bikes to Sacagawea and other Greenway points to brainstorm and implement improvements in coordination with several community... more

Friday SES and wrap up

Rosemary Smith • Jun 09, 2017

This morning we will be studying human ecological systems at the Sacajawea storm water ponds and with MILES researchers surveying se Idaho about ecosystem services.  We will also share our ideas for implementing workshop themes into classrooms.