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Step Into the Wild With Dr. Patricia A. Hewitt. An immersion experience for pre- and in-service teachers. Why an Overnight Experience ?. The Clientele Rural and Urban Pre-Service Teachers Lack of Inquiry Experience Lack of Environmental Ethic My Convictions Organic lifestyle

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step into the wild with dr patricia a hewitt

Step Into the Wild WithDr. Patricia A. Hewitt

An immersion experience for pre- and in-service teachers

why an overnight experience
Why an Overnight Experience ?
  • The Clientele
    • Rural and Urban Pre-Service Teachers
    • Lack of Inquiry Experience
    • Lack of Environmental Ethic

My Convictions

Organic lifestyle

Ethics Toward Nature and Wildlife

previous experience motivation
Previous Experience & Motivation
  • Biology Research Assistant
    • Neotropical Migrant Songbirds
      • Identification
      • Nest Monitoring
      • Habitat Data Collection
gathering before the outing
Gathering Before the Outing

Guinea Pig Group One

stream walking
Stream Walking

Don't fall in!

questions to ask
Questions to Ask

What is it?

What do you think this can tell us about these woods?

What conditions do you think are best?

How can we find out more?

what can i learn
What Can I Learn?
  • What Lives Here?
  • What would happen if this were removed from its habitat?
  • Where are the best conditions to be found for this specimen?
what tree have i found
What tree have I found?
  • Questions to Ask?
preparing to gather samples
Preparing to Gather Samples
  • Inquiry Questions?
  • What kinds of “things” might you find under these conditions?
  • How can we find out what conditions are present?

Is This Thing Safe?

out on the pond
Out on the Pond

Do You See Anything?

sorting through specimens
Sorting Through Specimens
  • What do you see?
  • How do we know what kinds of invertebrates might live here?
  • What other animals might we find?

Learning to Use Field Guides

hard at work
Hard at Work

I Know It's Here Somewhere

enjoying the stream walk
Enjoying the Stream Walk
  • What might I find here?
  • What is a riparian area?
  • How is a riparian area different from other habitats?
  • What organisms enjoy the conditions present?
orienteering the woodland course
Orienteering the Woodland Course
  • What do I find at each station?
  • How can identify what lives where?
  • What makes each part of the forest different from others?
what lives here
What Lives Here?
  • How do habitat conditions dictate the kinds of plants and animals present?
  • How can man change conditions to make it harder for these species to survive?
research says teachers participating in inquiry experiences
Research Says:Teachers Participating in Inquiry Experiences…
  • Learn more scientific information
  • Use more cooperative groups
  • Use more projects in teaching
  • Teach using inquiry
pedagogy implications
Learn by Doing

Collect Own Data

Apply Data to Learning Situations

Being a Scientist

Using Inquiry

Pedagogy Implications
evaluation results
Evaluation Results

What They Said:

Learned to Look

Before this, never considered what I was walking on

Never looked at nature quite this way

Campout best experience I’ve had

Everything was a first for me!