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Friday, March 8 • 11:00am - 11:50am
High School Forestry Class - Curricular Needs Assessment

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Does Wisconsin need a standard high school forestry course? What is already taught around the state?  Come join LEAF staff and tell us what you need and what you already do.  We may even draft an outline course or scope and sequence! 

Speakers
avatar for Kate Flick

Kate Flick

Forestry Education Outreach Specialist, Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education
Kate joined LEAF in 2018 as Sustainable Forestry Outreach Specialist with LEAF. Her primary role is to develop and deliver innovative programming and consult with schools to meet the sustainable forestry education needs of diverse K-12 audiences. She has a B.S. in Community and Environmental... Read More →
avatar for Gretchen Marshall

Gretchen Marshall

School Forest Education Specialist, LEAF: Wisconsin's K-12 Forestry Education Program
Gretchen coordinates the Wisconsin School Forest Program through the LEAF Program at UW-Stevens Point. She assists educators with curriculum coordination and managing their school forest properties to ensure they can be used as exceptional outdoor classrooms. Prior to working for... Read More →
avatar for Stephen Schmidt

Stephen Schmidt

Owner/Manager & Forestry Education Outreach, Snapshot Science, LLC & LEAF at Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education
After 12 years teaching high school science, Steve founded Snapshot Science in 2010 to improve scientific literacy and quality informal science in Central Wisconsin and beyond. Snapshot Science provides after school science enrichment and science camps (K-8) and underwater robotics... Read More →



Friday March 8, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Room E

Attendees (20)