Educators learn innovative ways to incorporate the natural environment into their classrooms and earn 2 semester credits in a week (these courses may also be taken as non-credit workshops). Designed for classroom teachers, informal educators and education majors with a junior rank or above, these courses cover science content and teaching methodologies. Teachers share ideas with peers in a stimulating atmosphere while they enhance their knowledge of science. These one-week courses typically meet from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day, though many also meet in the evening.
|EARTHSC 5189.05||Geologic Setting of Lake Erie June 7 - June 13|
|EEOB 4950||Field Ecology July 21 - July 27|
|ENR 5611||Great Lakes Education Workshop July 21 - July 27|
|ENR 5194||Group Studies: Climate and Sustainability *Cancelled* July 28 - August 3|
|EARTHSC 5584||Principles of Oceanography for Educators July 28 - August 3|
|EDUPAES:||School of Physical Activity and Educational Services|
|EEOB:||Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology|
|ENR:||School of Environment and Natural Resources|
|ENTMLGY:||Department of Entomology|
|EARTHSC:||Department of Earth Sciences|
In addition to Stone Lab funds, Great Lakes Education Scholarships are also available for educators taking Great Lakes Education.
For application and more information email
Download applications materials and learn about our application process on the Apply Now page. Spaces may still be available after the application deadline has passed. Interested students should contact the Stone Lab office.