Ecostewards Educator Feedback Form

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  • EcoStewards offers an excellent opportunity to showcase how environmental education can effectively and successfully provide opportunities for 21st century learning, including inquiry, action and place-based learning. The program was designed as an opportunity to further support our champion teachers—those who have indicated that they would like to build a deeper experience around their Education in the Wild field trip—perhaps to create whole a unit of study around the experience, or as a springboard for student projects. EcoStewards is open and guided by the passion and interests of each class who undertakes a project. Our main goal is to guide the teacher and students to design, plan and carry out their own stewardship project. We are very open to feedback so that we can continue to develop this program, and thank you in advance for taking the time to answer these questions:

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