Water Quality & Sea Level Rise Teacher Workshop
Gain valuable teaching resources for your upper middle and high school classrooms on the topics of water quality and sea level rise!
This workshop is filled to capacity, but please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be added to the waiting list or considered for a possible repeat workshop in 2021. Thank you!
Join the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve for four afternoons of virtual learning on Zoom geared towards upper middle and high school teachers on the topics of sea level rise and water quality. Participating educators will gain valuable resources to implement in both the virtual and in-person classroom with students. Teachers who participate in all four virtual trainings will receive a stipend of $100. There is no cost to attend. Workshop is limited to twelve educators. The agenda is as follows:
Tuesday, December 1
Water Quality Investigations with Jeremy Miller, Research Associate at Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve
*There will also be approximately one hour’s worth of homework to complete before December 8
Thursday, December 3
Sea Level Rise Investigations with Gayle Bowness, Science Education Program Manager at Gulf of Maine Research Institute
*There will also be approximately one hour’s worth of homework to complete before December 10
Tuesday, December 8
Water Quality Investigations Question/Answer Session & Discussion with Jeremy Miller
Thursday, December 10
Sea Level Rise Investigations Question/Answer Session & Discussion with Gayle Bowness