The courses listed in this section are offered as requested. Please e-mail the contact person listed for additional information or to schedule an on-site course at your school.
Teachers learn in-depth about the natural history of South Carolina and how to apply it to lessons in their classrooms. The course offers a standards-based, content-intensive study of the geology and biogeography of South Carolina from an interdisciplinary perspective. A minimum of four teachers per group hosts a local teleconference site at their school. Instruction is presented through a combination of videotapes, print media, internet resources and live, interactive videoconferencing. On-site master teachers assist groups with class activities. Each group chooses three study units out of 10 available modules. Unit 1 is required for those who have not previously completed an approved statewide natural history course. Each teacher must have internet and e-mail access, either through school or at home.
A registration form, detailed agenda and syllabus are posted on the Geology K-12 Outreach Web site at www.clemson.edu/ces/geolk12.
Three credit hours
Dates: TBA-- offered as requested
Location: Combination distance learning and on-site
Lecture Format: Broadcast on the SCETV network available in all schools
Lecture Time: Selected in consultation with local groups
Fee: $200 per in-service teacher (includes course materials and field trip expenses).
Instructors: Dr. John Wagner, Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences at Clemson University, and local master teachers
Contact: Geology K-12 Outreach Office (864/656-1560, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Web site: www.clemson.edu/ces/geolk12