Wyo. school uses interdisciplinary approach to study wolves

02/11/2013 | Laramie Boomerang (Wyo.)

The issue of wolf reintroduction into the wilderness of Wyoming is the subject of study by 57 seventh-grade students at Laramie Junior High School. The school's math, English, world geography and science teachers developed an interdisciplinary unit that has engaged the students, said English teacher Rhonda Johnson. As part of the unit, students also had the opportunity to question a panel of experts, including Fred Lindzey, professor emeritus from the University of Wyoming and former Game and Fish coordinator for District 2.

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