Monday, July 6, 2009
Each summer, Oxford College biology faculty help teachers from K–12 schools across Georgia and north Florida get their feet wet in field ecology. Now in its 18th year, the workshop has given more than 300 science educators training in how to develop their schoolyards for environmental education. “Many participants have told us this has changed the way they teach,” says Oxford Biology Professor Eloise Carter.
Watch an Emory Report slideshow to see what critters the teachers found in Bear Creek this summer.