Making Sense of Water Policy on Our Coast Workshop | San Diego, CA | November 18, 2017
SAN DIEGO SECONDARY EDUCATORS! Join us at the USGS California Water Science Center for a workshop experience that will provide you with new tools and tips to help your students explore natural systems. Through the use of watershed models and remote sensing tools, Secondary educators participating in these workshops will explore the role of water in feedback mechanisms connecting inland watersheds from summit to sea. In addition to Project WET, participants will be among the first to be introduced to California Coastal Voices - the California Coastal Commission’s newest curricular resource for Secondary teachers – and built from the ground up based on California’s Next Generation Science and Common Core Standards with a strong focus on environmental literacy and project-based learning. Space is limited!
Please register by November 10th to Annie Frankel - Annie.Frankel@coastal.ca.gov or (415) 597-5888. Include the spelling of your name, email, phone number, grade(s) taught and your school or organization as applicable. For more information, please visit the Coastal Commission's Public Education website at: www.coastforyou.org.