STEM training connects Calif. teachers with peers, natural-resource experts

08/26/2014 | Times-Standard (Eureka, Calif.)

A group of educators from a California district recently spent a week collaborating with colleagues and working with state and U.S. Fish and Wildlife officials in a science, technology, engineering and math training funded by a state grant. As part of the training, educators used tablet computers to examine and gather data on the biodiversity in the local watershed.

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Times-Standard (Eureka, Calif.)

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