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PMSP Interpretive Training

The new school is in full swing and schools are scheduling field trips to the park. When large schools come to the park, the 2 interpreters often need help managing the groups. That&#39;s when they call CAMN!<br /> <br />The most common practice is to divide a large group into smaller groups and rotate the groups through 3 or 4 activities. For example, if 75 3rd graders come, they would be divided into 3 groups of ~25, and each group would rotate through a mammal program, a reptile program, and an interpretive hike on the Kingfisher Trail. With only 2 park interpreters on staff, they need help! <br /> <br />Many of you are old hands at this, and some others of you have had a glimpse at what this looks like, but for those you who would LOVE to help, but don&#39;t feel confident, the Interpreters (Matthew and Sam) and I have created a Train the Interpreter event, where we will provide hands-on training to give you all the tools you need to feel confident to do a program on your own. You&#39;ll be introduced to the mammal program, the reptile program and the Kingfisher Hike. <br /><br />If you plan to attend, PLEASE register so that we can plan accordingly. <br />Record time for the training event as CE, sponsor Pinnacle Mountain State Park.
Thursday, October 6, 2022, 9:00 AM until 11:00 AM
Pinnacle Mountain State Park
Meet at the West Summit Trail playground area
11901 Pinnacle Valley Road
Little Rock, AR  72223

Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Nancy Deckard
Continuing Education
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee

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