Project WET Educator Workshop | Carlisle, PA | Tuesday, July 9, 2019
The issue of water is expected to define the 21st century. Every day, the quality and quantity of water resources affect the health and well-being of the planet’s nearly seven billion people. The total amount of water on Earth cannot be increased, but we can protect, conserve, and better manage the water resources available to us. Participants will receive the Project WET Curriculum & Activity Guide which is filled with hands-on, interdisciplinary lessons that make all facets of water education accessible to all. This training is open to formal and non-formal educators. Designed to complement existing curricula rather than displace or add more concepts, Project WET activities address Pennsylvania state and national education standards. A delicious lunch will be provided in Kings Gap Mansion Dining room (a tour of the mansion is included). Optional kayaking offered after workshop. Act 48: 6 hours
Fee: $28.00 payable in advance; pre-registration is required. Lunch included.
Please register by July 3. Contact Michele Nardone at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.