Project WET – April 28, 2012
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Appalachian State University’s Southern Appalachian Environmental Research & Education Group and Watauga County Cooperative Extension Service invite you to join us for training in the use of the Project WET curriculum. This professional development workshop supports public school teachers and non-formal educators who want to enhance their environmental education skills.
Project WET promotes teaching about water resources through hands-on, investigative, easy-to-use activities. The extensive curriculum guide has > 60 multidisciplinary water-related activities for students from kindergarten through 12th grade. Project WET activities are designed to complement existing curricula, and the activities fulfill objectives and educational standards in the sciences, as well as other disciplines, from fine arts to health.
WHAT: Project WET Workshop*
WHEN: Saturday, April 28, 10 AM – 5 PM
WHERE: Camp Broadstone, Boone, NC
WHO: Pre-service and in-service educators who are working towards state EE certification; anyone interested in professional development in environmental education
INSTRUCTOR: Thomas Randolph, Lead Interpretive and Education Ranger, Mt. Jefferson State Natural Area
* This workshop counts for 6-hrs of credit towards Criteria I for all those enrolled in the North Carolina Environmental Education Certification Program.
Registration required: There is no registration fee, but this workshop is limited to 20 participants. To register, email Laura England at firstname.lastname@example.org.