A Columbine Elementary student at the Catamount Center checks his clay eggs and nests for signs of disturbance by mammals. November 2015.

 A Columbine Elementary student at the Catamount Center checks his clay eggs and nests for signs of disturbance by mammals. November 2015.

 

The following are examples of lessons I've planned and taught or co-taught in various places; click the links to view. 

Teton Adventure Club Lesson: This is an overview of a 6-week after school club for students at Colter Elementary in Jackson Hole (grades 3-5). My coworker and I designed the curriculum and have taught the first four sessions as part of our Teton Science School/Teton County Parks and Recreation AmeriCorps service. Spring 2016. 

Writing a Methods Section Lesson: What does an alien brushing its teeth have to do with your lab notebook? This is a 30-minute lesson I taught 5th grade students in the classroom at Columbine Elementary in Woodland Park, Colorado. Fall 2015.

Trout as a Means for Environmental Learning Lesson: This is a 6-class curriculum culminating in a field day that I developed for middle school students as part of a Colorado College Environmental Education course. Spring 2013. 

Painting in Nature Lesson: This is a quick 20-minute lesson plan to incorporate watercolors into a family nature hike I led with Latino Outdoors. Spring 2016. 

Columbine Students and I look over their poster work in preparation for a debate on lake succession at the Catamount Center. Fall 2015.

Columbine Students and I look over their poster work in preparation for a debate on lake succession at the Catamount Center. Fall 2015.