Back to School with Project WET
Check out these upcoming teacher workshops in California
Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) is a great way to teach K-12 students about one of the most precious resources on the planet – water. A program of the Water Education Foundation, California Project WET offers excellent professional development experience with an activity guide full of 90 interactive, interdisciplinary activities studying all aspects of water.
Formal and non-formal educators who attend a daylong workshop will not only receive The Project Wet Curriculum and Activity Guide but will learn how to teach their students about local and regional water issues related to, water conservation, watershed management, stormwater runoff, nonpoint source pollution, and more.
These engaging, interactive lessons are focused on water resources that provide strong foundations for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) and Service-Learning programs, and are correlated to the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards.
Check out these upcoming educator workshops and see if one is near you:
- Forestry Institute for Teachers in Browns Valley Oct. 8-9
- Placer County, Oct. 8
- Sonoma County, Oct. 8
- Pleasant Hill (Contra Costa County), Oct. 15
Sign up today or contact Brian Brown to learn about more opportunities to attend a Project WET workshop during school year.