Engaging students in natural places, research and information from their own communities is an impactful way to teach your students about the local environment while enriching their hands-on science and engineering skills!
Teachers who attend will:
Learn up to date information on local water pollution, wildlife and habitat issues facing us today from local scientists, researchers and engineers.
Utilize Project Based Learning Model to integrate disparate activities, learning objectives and topics into one cohesive learning experience.
Connect to local areas and schoolyard activities to engage students in engineering design projects that are locally relevant
Plan customized units to connect workshop lessons with what you will teach right away
Get trained on tested wildlife, ecosystem and erosion classroom and field-based activities
Earn 8.5 STEM Clock Hours for FREE by attending both workshops! The other part of this series will take place on Wednesday, January 23 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. in Stillaguamish Natural Resources Building in Arlington.