A Day at the NOLS Faculty Summit

Posted by: NOLS on May 11, 2011

It's the second official day here at the NOLS Faculty Summit. Distinguished alumni and veteran instructors from around the world are sharing their knowledge and experiences with the rest of the NOLS faculty.

Today's schedule should give you a glimpse into the variety and high-caliber level of talks and discussions going on here in Lander, Wyoming this week.

Day 2 Schedule
8:30am - The Future of Wilderness Education in a Changing World by Dan Garvey

9:45am - Evidence-based Curriculum: What Have We Learned and How Are We Using It? by John Gookin and Jim Sibthorp

11:00am - Land and Water Conservation in the 21st Century: A Role for NOLS by Ann Mills

1:30pm - Workshop Block

Staff Supervision: Course Leader Tools & Tactics by Katie Baum Mettenbrink & Chris Brauneis

Teaching with Intention by Shana Tarter & Gates Richards

Adolescent Learning: Theory & Application by Rachel Collins, Cass Morgan & Clair Parrish

3:30pm - Workshop Block

Writing Student Evaluations by Sheila Baynes

Managing Mental & Behavioral Health Concerns in the Field by Cynthia Stevens

Teaching Leadership on Technical Courses by Rick Rochelle, Ashley Wise & Anna Haegel

7:00pm - Who Murdered the Mountain Gorillas by Mark Jenkins

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