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Posted by Martin Fortin on October 20, 2014 at 05:02:46 PM
Woodland Park Zoo to Offer Advanced Inquiry Program
Woodland Park Zoo and Project Dragonfly from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio are thrilled to offer the Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP), an exciting Master’s program for educators. Designed for K–12 teachers and a broad range of environmental and education professionals, the Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) offers a ground-breaking graduate degree focused on inquiry-driven learning as a powerful agent for social change, public engagement, and environmental stewardship. The AIP is co-delivered by Woodland Park Zoo staff and faculty at Miami University, and combines graduate courses at the zoo with web-based learning communities that connect you to a broad network of educators and community leaders.
Want to know more?
- Please join us for our informational forum about the Advanced Inquiry Program!
Thursday, November 13th from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Woodland Park Zoo’s Education Center
This informational forum includes snacks and a live animal presentation! To RSVP, please call 206.548.2581 or email AIP@zoo.org
Educator Professional Development with Woodland Park Zoo Courses are open to all educators and other professionals. Students enrolled in the Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) Master’s degree or other students taking the courses for credit will be given priority enrollment. Washington state-approved clock hours will be available to those participants not taking the course for credit. Visit the zoo’s teacher development page.