Eyes on the Estuary: Observation and Monitoring on Land and Water

Wednesday, August 12, 2020 – Friday, August 14, 2020, 8:00am – 4:30pm Save to Calendar

The workshop will train up to twelve educators in water quality monitoring, nature journaling, scientific observation, and climate change. It is geared towards middle and high school science teachers, though other educators are welcome to apply.

Reservations

Required

Follow application process detailed below.

Pricing

  • General Admission: Free

Location

Mather Auditorium

We are putting teachers on the estuary again this summer by offering a free workshop that will provide educators with activities to bring back to their classes. The workshop will train up to twelve educators in water quality monitoring, nature journaling, scientific observation, and climate change. It is geared towards middle and high school science teachers, though other educators are welcome to apply.

Please note: The workshop at Wells Reserve will be held Wednesday August 12 through Friday August 14, 2020. Review of applications will begin April 1, 2020 and continue on a rolling basis.

Application Process

  1. Complete TOTE Workshop Application (see link below).
  2. Have your school administrator complete the authorization form (see link below). 

Application Materials

Wells Reserve TOTE Workshop Application
Wells Reserve TOTE Workshop School Administrator Authorization Form
Wells Reserve TOTE Workshop Draft Agenda

What to Expect

The three-day Teachers on the Estuary "Eyes on the Estuary: Observation and Monitoring on Land and Water" 2020 workshop will get teachers outside on the estuary and marsh, learning by doing. It will also expose teachers to scientists, who will present on current research and provide applicable ways of teaching scientific concepts back in the classroom.

This TOTE workshop will equip teachers with activities they can replicate with their students. Time for reflection while nature journaling and processing with fellow teachers will be provided each day.

Each teacher will receive a $200 stipend to use towards implementing a stewardship project with their students during the 2020/2021 school year. Teachers traveling a distance will also receive free lodging. Breakfast and lunch are provided each day of the workshop, as well as snacks. 

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