We hope that the following resources provide useful tools, strategies, and ideas for engaging your students in meaningful learning that leverages the longest river in North America as a powerful site for exploration and discovery.
Through our educator resources and workshops, we hope that you’ll find opportunities to support and design powerful learning experiences that connect to students’ lives and communities to the Missouri River.
Missouri River Relief's merit badge program, Missouri River Explorers, encourages participants to explore, learn about and protect the Missouri River.
Missouri River Scientists is a traveling trunk program designed to engage students and teachers with the plight of an endangered fish called the Pallid Sturgeon.
We combine place-based education and inquiry-based science for both formal and informal educators in our professional development programs. These programs can range from a half-day to multi-day workshops on how to effectively integrate the Missouri River into your student's lives and communities.
All professional development opportunities include invitations for educators to practice new skills, collaborate with their peers, and apply learning to classroom lesson plans.
If you have any questions check out our Educator Workshop FAQ or contact us at email@example.com or 573-443-0292.