How Would Nature Educate?
Learn to Inspire Your Students with Biomimicry at the 6th Annual Education Summit
From college research labs to elementary school classrooms to museum exhibit halls, educators are talking about biomimicry, a new discipline that provides students with a hopeful way of learning about today’s sustainability challenges. This spring, educators who are using biomimicry—and those who want to—will gather at the University of Oregon's White Stag Block on June 22-24, 2012 for the 6th annual Biomimicry Education Summit for a weekend of workshops, lectures, and networking. Educators who are new to the field of biomimicry can also attend a daylong Introduction to Biomimicry Education workshop on June 21 at the World Forestry Center.
REGISTER NOW : Early-bird registration is open, visit Biomimicry 3.8 Institute's website (edsummit.biomimicry.net) for more information.
WHERE: University of Oregon’s White Stag Block, Portland, Oregon.