Fish & Wildlife Management and Outdoor Education Techniques for Educators

Course #: EDU 5627 C03 / EDU 4710 CFS3
Location: Buck Lake, Woodbury, VT
Dates/Times: July 16-21, 2017
Instructor: Alison Thomas
Credits: 3 graduate credit
Cost: $650

Note: Please register directly with the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. If you wish to take the course for Castleton University credit, please notify Vermont Fish & Wildlife, who will then give you the link to Castleton's online registration form.

Course Description

This course takes a hands-on, experiential approach to teaching pre- kindergarten through twelfth grade and non-formal educators about fish and wildlife management.

A one-week course held in July for formal, non-formal, and pre-service educators of all disciplines and grade levels. Educators interested in integrating environmental topics into their curriculum can learn about Vermont's wildlife and fisheries from professional biologists, foresters and educators through hands-on activities.

45 hours of professional development credits available.

Take a look at this VPT segment on the course

Course Objectives

As a result of active participation in this course students will:

● Demonstrate appropriate skills that reflect the learning’s from the course experiences.
● Submit a project that meets the criteria described for a graduate-level project.

For additional course and registration information

Alison Thomas
(802) 371-9975

Register online now!