Why #Teachwater? Because Water Education Gets Students Outside and Learning About the World Around Them

Mrs. Vaughn says that her students love Project WET and any activity that allows us to go outside and utilize the full grounds of the schoolMrs. Vaughn says that her students love Project WET and any activity that allows us to go outside and utilize the full grounds of the school Tennessee teacher Kathryn Vaughn says that her students love Project WET. “They enjoy getting into our creek and catching macroinvertebrates and looking at them under our microscope. They also love learning about water conservation and teaching other students about water usage and shortages around the world.” An art teacher, Kathryn uses Project WET with an after-school program focused on STEM learning.

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