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  • Julie Mueller, an agriculture and science teacher at Garretson, left, and Aminah Hassoun, an agriculture educator at Rosebud, work on a photo-bioreactor designed to harvest solar energy during the 2018 iLEARN workshop at South Dakota State University.
    Julie Mueller, an agriculture and science teacher at Garretson, left, and Aminah Hassoun, an agriculture educator at Rosebud, work on a photo-bioreactor designed to harvest solar energy during the 2018 iLEARN workshop at South Dakota State University.
  • Science teacher Lisa Forcier of Tiospa Zina High School in northeastern South Dakota seals the seams of an aquarium to demonstrate global water cycle and ocean currents at the 2018 iLEARN workshop at South Dakota State University.
    Science teacher Lisa Forcier of Tiospa Zina High School in northeastern South Dakota seals the seams of an aquarium to demonstrate global water cycle and ocean currents at the 2018 iLEARN workshop at South Dakota State University.
  • Jennifer Gee, a science teacher at Deubrook and a South Dakota State  alumnus, spreads melted butter on flatbread “naan” made as part of a hands-on experience in South Dakota State University professor Padu Krishnan’s laboratory during the 2018 iLEARN workshop.
    Jennifer Gee, a science teacher at Deubrook and a South Dakota State alumnus, spreads melted butter on flatbread “naan” made as part of a hands-on experience in South Dakota State University professor Padu Krishnan’s laboratory during the 2018 iLEARN workshop.
  • The 2018 iLEARN workshop drew 24 agriculture and science teachers to the South Dakota State University campus May 24-26. Standing tall on the left, is ilEARN Project Director and SDSU faculty mentor Madhav Nepal, and, right iLEARN mentor Christina Lind-Thielke of McCrory Gardens, pictured with the group of teachers, many of whom are attending the workshop for a second year.
    The 2018 iLEARN workshop drew 24 agriculture and science teachers to the South Dakota State University campus May 24-26. Standing tall on the left, is ilEARN Project Director and SDSU faculty mentor Madhav Nepal, and, right iLEARN mentor Christina Lind-Thielke of McCrory Gardens, pictured with the group of teachers, many of whom are attending the workshop for a second year.
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