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Why Teach the Wyoming Stewardship Project?

Many things come across a teacher’s desk throughout the year, some of them are worthwhile, and some aren’t. I feel the Wyoming Stewardship Project is worth teaching because it is all about us, the people of Wyoming.  It teaches the standards through lessons specific to Wyoming, which makes it relevant to our Wyoming kids. Not only that, it’s completely done for teachers – everything you need is there, and it’s all Wyoming based, including pictures, videos, and articles.  You can tell teachers wrote the lessons because they knew exactly what a teacher would want in a unit of study and made sure to put it in there. And now, to make it even easier to use, there will a PowerPoint/Google slide show to go with each lesson. Continue reading “Ask a Regional Advocate:”