Teachers Workshop | June 19-21, 2017
Three Days in the Wet and Wild: Project Wild, Growing up Wild, Project Wet, Project Wild Aquatic (K-12) and Wonders of Wetlands, are tested innovative curriculum, teaching ecology, wildlife and water resource principles that are correlated to the Ohio Academic Standards. Participants of this workshop will engage in co-operative, hands-on activities and simulations. Upon completing the training, participants will receive the comprehensive Project Wild, Growing Up Wild, *Project Wet, Project Aquatic Wild, and Wonders of Wetlands Curriculum and Activity Guides as well as other resource material, and leave prepared and inspired to teach about ecology, wildlife, and water in the classroom or informal educational setting.
The centerpieces of this three-day workshop are the five Curriculum and Activities Guides. Written for learners of all ages, the activities are easy to use and fun! The lessons incorporate a variety of formats, such as large and small group learning, whole-body activities, laboratory investigations, discussion of local and global topics, and community service projects.
The workshop will be held on June 19, 20, 21, at various locations in Summit County. For more information on the agenda for each day, please see the resource information below.
- Monday, June 19, ODNR Division of Wildlife: 912 Portage Lakes Drive, Akron
- Tuesday, June 20, Water Works Park: 2026 Munroe Falls, Akron
$27.00 fee to cover book and supplies
- Wednesday, June 21, University of Akron Field Station: 4240 Ira Road, Akron
$18.00 fee to cover book and supplies
Please complete the registration form below and send, with payment, to Gene Easter.
(contact information included on the registration form)