Project WET and WILD Teacher Workshop

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Project WET is a national environmental education organization that has developed science-based activities for pre-K – 12th grade to encourage critical thinking about water, water quality, water resources, water conservation and water management. These STEM lessons compiled in thematic educator guidebooks meet NGSS standards of a science classroom, have literacy, math, or history components, make career connections, and bring awareness of environmental justice challenges.

Project WILD is one of the most widely used conservation and environmental education programs among educators of preschool through high school learners. The curriculum was developed by education and natural resource management professionals using education theory and best practices methodology. The engaging lessons and activities encourage learners to act responsibly towards wildlife and natural resources.

The July 15 workshop is free but limited to just 15-20 participants and registration is required below.

Some activities will be done outside so dress for the weather and for hiking a short distance through the woods weather permitting. The outdoor classroom area meets ADA standards.  Be sure to bring sunscreen, insect repellent, hat and a water bottle.

Any questions can be directed to Brian and Tamela Brewer at thebrewers@earthcharterindiana.org.

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