Widdicombe presents at Working Waters Institute

Heritage Project teacher Nancy Widdicombe shared her work on the upper Mussellshell with a consortium of educators who hope to engage high school students in studying the Clark Fork River watershed.

The Working Waters Institute in Butte April 21-23, 2005, brought together the Clark Fork Watershed Education Program, the Teaching American History Project at Anaconda High School, and the About Place! project being developed by Rattlesnake Productions. The Institute was notable for its intent to develop place-based education that draws together teachers in the sciences and those in the humanities. Michael Umphrey provided an introduction to place-based education.

Posted by Michael L Umphrey on 05/02 at 12:42 AM
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2005 Montana Heritage Project