Learners will visit a state park of their choice and explore the significance and history of the area. The learner will research when and why the park was added into the State Park System. The learner will also learn about the wildlife and plant life, through their exploration, and why the state park they selected is important to the conservation of natural resources and integrate this newfound knowledge into their classroom through the development of a unit plan.

Instructor: Dr. Julie Mersiowsky, Associate Professor, Longwood University

Fall 2018: Tuesday, Sept. 4th – Monday, Oct. 1st
Spring 2019: Monday, April 1st – Monday, April 29th
Summer 2019: Monday, June 3rd – Monday, July 1st
Fall 2019: Monday, Aug. 5th – Monday, Sept. 2nd

Format: 4 week class, 100% online

Registration will close for this class on August 31st, 4:30pm EST.

Note, this is a non-credit class.  It may be used for recertification points or Continuing Education Units but can not be transferred for academic credit at any time.

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Note, this is a non-credit class. It may be used for recertification points or Continuing Education Units but can not be transferred for academic credit at any time.

Register