EDUCATION AT SSU PRESERVES
SSU Preserves teach students and community members fundamental critical thinking skills and techniques needed for a life-time of participation in community decision-making. We seek to integrate our educational programs with research and management activities.
Osborn Elementary School Program (3-5 Grade) - One-day field trip at our Preserves with naturalists trained in natural history, state content standards, and teaching techniques
Entomology Education Program (K-12, Teacher Training, Public) - Classroom and outdoor education, with emphases on aquatic invertebrates, biological control, and Sonoma County insects.
Preserve Tours (all ages) - Interpretive tours of nature, research, and management at our Preserves.
Educational Materials for Teachers (K-12) - Materials that enhance understanding of science and support critical thinking and local knowledge in children.
|Class Visits - Instructors with their own curricula are encouraged to visit our Preserves.||university classes
adult education groups
|Naturalist Educator Training Program - In this six-week program, participants learn about natural history, teaching skills, state content standards, and on-going research and management at the Preserves.||SSU students
|Entomology Program - Classroom and outdoor education, with emphases on aquatic invertebrates, biological control, and Sonoma County insects.||SSU students
|Tours - Naturalists offer interpretative tours of natural history, research and management at the Preserves.||university classes
|Researcher-in-Training - University students use the preserves for their own research.||university students
|Land Management Field Techniques - Preserve land stewards teach land management techniques.||SSU students
|Other SSU Student Opportunities||SSU students|