NGSS Educator Training
Conduct research on bats, birds, or reptiles in the Maya Mountains
Explore the famous Mesoamerican Reef on snorkeling excursions
Connect and collaborate with a community of peers
Belize presents an incredible opportunity to study fragile ecosystems and astonishing phenomena in a country at the crossroads of environmental change and preservation. On your Belizean adventure, you’ll conduct research in the Maya Mountains and explore the phenomena of the Belize Barrier Reef as you create new, original lessons steeped in inquiry-driven learning strategies. This course is open to all levels of informal or formal educators; no application is required.
All of EPI's Professional Development Programs for teachers demonstrate progressive, inquiry-driven teaching methods that will introduce more exploration into your classroom. Tuition includes onsite transportation and room and board. Graduate credits are available through a separate registration process.
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A diverse and changing ecosystem
EPI's Belize Professional Development Program offers educators a chance to delve into the issues crucial to making global connections that illuminate the importance of environmental literacy, deep understanding of anthropogenic impacts on environmentally rich ecosystems, and inspiration to empower learners to help create positive change.