The Art of Water Science Education — California Project WET Gazette
Welcome to a New Year! The Winter 2020 California Project WET Gazette is ‘live’ on the Water Education Foundation website. Consider the interdisciplinary connections between art and science as you read through an exploration of an activity titled ‘Water Inspirations’ — and I hope you may be inspired to try adding some interdisciplinary flair to your science or arts class if you haven’t already.
Check out the wonderful variety of workshop opportunities coming up in the new year, including workshops focused on water conservation, the interconnection of inland watersheds and the ocean, climate change, water and school gardens and water science & language arts.
Get a jump on your application for the Forestry Institute for Teachers. Participants gain a deeper understanding of forest ecosystems and human use of natural resources during this weeklong summer institute and receive a high-quality, interdisciplinary professional development experience focused on content and practices at the heart of current forest issues — as well as Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards. The $25 registration fee will rise to $75 after March 15th!
Hope you have a wonderful start to a new year! – Brian