P035-0042.1M18 - What Did a Plant Ever Do For You? The Value of Plants in Natural and Human History
This hands-on course provides an introduction to the science and art of botany and horticulture taught in the context of the diverse indoor and outdoor plant collections of Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG) for teachers of students in elementary, middle and high school grades. An understanding of the value of plants in natural and human history will emerge through our inquiry-based approach to learning how plants are built, how they work, and how they interact with the living and non-living components of the natural environments they inhabit.
|Status: Closed for Registration||Registration Deadline: 07/09/2018||Start Date: 07/10/2018||End Date: 08/02/2018|
|Location: 1000 Washington Avenue , Brooklyn, NY, 11225||Prof. Dev. Hours: 36||No. of P-Credits: 3||Categories: Science|
|Restricted: No||CTLE Area: Content||Grades: Pre-K,K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12|
3b : Using Questioning and Discussion Techniques
3c : Engaging Students in Learning
|Education Partner Information|
|Education Partner: Brooklyn Botanic Garden||Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Instructor # 1: Lauren Bell||Instructor # 2:|
|ASPDP Fee: $125.00||Education Partner Fee: $200.00||Materials Fee: $0.00||Total Fees: $325.00|
|ASPDP Payment Instruction:
Log into your ASPDP account to pay the ASPDP fee. After enrolling with ASPDP, pay the Partner Fee for Brooklyn Botanic Garden on the website: www.bbg.org/learn/doe_inservice_course.