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    Bruce MacFadden






    —–Original Message—–
    From: Paleonet [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Gregory P Wilson
    Sent: Friday, March 04, 2016 4:58 AM
    To: [email protected]; PaleoNet
    Cc: Brody Hovatter
    Subject: Paleonet: University of Washington science program for K-12 teachers (free!)

    Hello All,

    The DIG Field School ( is looking for applicants. This free program from the University of Washington’s Burke Museum provides K-12 teachers with professional development field experience designed to improve inquiry-based science education, as well as provide teachers with the fundamentals of paleontology and geology. Continuing education credit is available. More information is available at our website including a downloadable brochure.

    Please forward this email to your teachers as you see fit. You can contact us at [email protected].


    Greg Wilson, Brody Hovatter, and the DIG Field School team

    Danielle Serratos

    Thank you for bringing this opportunity to my attention Dr. MacFadden, I have added it to the STEPPE Funding Opportunity Database and to our social media accounts!



    Thanks Bruce! I’ll share this with my teacher friends (I’m out of the classroom full time) and on the Paleontology Education facebook group!



    Denise Porcello

    I attended the DIG Field School in 2014. It was an amazing experience! I highly recommend it!

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