A Water Education Workshop for ANY Riverside County K-12 educator!
Location: Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District Land Use Learning Center, Riverside
Sponsored By: Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District
Note: This class will be held online pending the reopening of the LandUse Learning Center*.
Register: Please contact Erin Snyder to register or call her at (951) 683-7691 X 207 for more information by August 22, 2020.
Description: The Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District invites you to attend a water-themed, hands-on, STEM-friendly, interdisciplinary workshop exploring activities that will engage your students in concepts and skills at the heart of NGSS and Common Core standards.
This workshop will focus on use of Project WET activities to study Riverside County water topics and ANY Riverside County K-12 educator – Formal, informal, public, private or home school – are invited to attend. Break-out sessions for secondary & elementary.
‘I have had the pleasure of taking the Project Wet course this past Saturday, July 25, 2020. I am happy to report that I learned a great deal and look forward to implementing many of the lessons in my 5th grade class this year. Thank you and your team for developing so many pathways to understanding via online learning. In this crazy time, these opportunities are so valuable to me and my learning community.’ – Teacher evaluation comment from July workshop.
*The LandUse Learning Center (LLC) is a 3-acre garden that demonstrates sustainable practices for the three main land uses of southern California: native habitats, urban areas, and agriculture. The LLC is used to empower southern Californians to practice natural resource stewardship at home, at work, and in the community.