PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY
The Saskatchewan Mining Association (SMA) offers educators an opportunity to explore the diverse aspects of mining operations throughout the province and their links to the Saskatchewan education curriculum.
GeoVenture includes a ½ day introductory workshop, followed by field stops at underground and surface potash mines, uranium mines and milling operations, coal mines, the Potash Interpretative Centre and more. Free relevant curriculum teaching resources are provided to participants.
The GeoVenture Program is FULLY SPONSORED by the SMA (ie all travel, accommodation and meals during the trip) other than a $50 registration fee for selected candidates.
Educators interested in this professional development opportunity, are asked to send a letter of application via email that includes their teaching background (# of years of experience, grade level, subject matter) as well as personal and school contact information (school name, telephone, fax, email) to:
2018 SMA GeoVenture Blog
August 19, 2018
Following is the 2018 SMA GeoVenture Blog August 19 - 24 Day 1 Orientation and Welcome BBQ, August 19, 2018 GeoVenture 2018 kicked off with an Orientation Workshop which included Introductions; Itinerary review; Curriculum Link Outline; Introduction to Rocks and Minerals; Overview ofRead More
2017 SMA GeoVenture
August 21, 2017
Following is a blog on the 2017 GeoVenture August 14 - 19, 2017. Day 1 Monday August 14th, 2017 - Orientation Day 2 Tuesday August 15th, 2017 - K + S Potash Canada Bethune Mine, by Erika Bakker, Saskatoon Misbah School Our first day took us to Saskatchewan’s newestRead More