About this Event
Naturalists, teachers, pre-service teachers, scout leaders, homeschool parents, and other adults interested in environmental education are invited to attend this Project WET workshop at 10 a.m. ET, Oct. 11.
Using standards-based, hands-on K-12 activities, this interactive workshop will focus on water chemistry, water use and pollution, and how water connects all Earth systems. Project WET is inter-disciplinary and can be integrated into any school subject. Participants will receive the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 with K-12 lessons. Upon completion, participants will know more about Indiana water issues, be able to explain our important natural resource, and be comfortable replicating workshop activities in their own education settings.
Professional Growth Experience Points are available upon completion.
Facilitator: Sarah Wolf (Hendricks County Partnership for Water Quality). For more information about Project WET, go to www.projectwet.org
Space is limited! Registration is open until October 4 or until full. Register at https://forms.gle/yxQtinK8Z6N8dkPW9
For accommodations or more information, please contact Sarah Wolf, Education Coordinator, [email protected], 317-557-8043
Project WET workshops are sponsored by DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife and Division of Nature Preserves.