with Linda Woodard
Member: $23, Nonmember: $25
Join us for this lively and engaging professional workshop at our Fields Pond Center, where you will be doing hands-on activities in our pond. Participants are introduced to Project Aquatic WILD materials, activities, and strategies. Educators gain the experience and confidence needed to work with their students and to integrate Project WILD into their teaching.
All receiptents will receive the NEW REVISED AND UPDATED Project WILD Aquatic K-12 Curriculum and Activity Guide emphasizes aquatic wildlife and aquatic ecosystems with 40 multidisciplinary activities for grades K-12.
Each Project WILD Aquatic activity contains objectives, method, background information, a list of materials needed, procedures, evaluation suggestions, recommended grade levels, subject areas, duration, group size, setting and key terms. A glossary is provided, as well as a cross-reference by topics and skills.
Field investigation activities in Aquatic WILD enable students to learn methods and protocol for conducting scientific investigations, including how to formulate a research question, engaging in systematic data collection, and drawing conclusions.
The In Step with STEM activity extensions make use of a variety of tools and instruments, from litmus tests to smartphone applications, and involve students in the application of technology, science concepts, and math skills as part of their problem-solving efforts.
Contact hours provided.
If you need to make a payment with a method other than credit card, please call Beth Pauls at 207-781-2330 ext. 273 to register. If you have questions, contact Linda at 207-781-2330 ext 213.
Session 1: May 3rd, 2019
from 8:45 am - 1:00 pm
216 Fields Pond Road
Holden, ME 04429 Get directions