Teachers bogged down for the sake of science
Immersed waist-deep in the Celery Bog near West Lafayette, Ind., Mark Koschmann, a master teacher for the ENVISION program at Purdue University and a teacher from Fort Wayne Concordia High School, instructs Shelbi Ranjbar, a teacher at Frankfort High School. The field exercise was part of the ENVISION environmental science institute for middle level teachers taking place at Purdue's School of Education July 8-30. Teachers integrate hands-on local environmental research into their teaching during the program, which is funded by the National Science Foundation.
(Purdue News Service Photo by David Umberger)
A publication-quality photograph is available at ftp://ftp.purdue.edu/pub/uns/koschmann.envision.jpeg.