Project WET Workshop (Bakersfield, CA)

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Oct 16 2019

Stuart T. Pyle Water Resouces Center
3200 Rio Mirada Drive
Bakersfield, CA 93308
United States

Project WET Workshop | Bakersfield, CA | October 16, 2019

BAKERSFIELD TEACHERS! The Kern County Water Agency’s Improvement District #4, Kern High School and Bakersfield City School Districts invite you to join us for this free workshop focused on promoting awareness, appreciation, knowledge and stewardship of our water resources.

The training provided by Improvement District No. 4 features insight into both historical and current water challenges and opportunities in our area with hands-on activities. Participants will also receive an exclusive tour of the Henry C. Garnett Water Purification Plant and on-site lab and talk to professionals in each stage of the process to better understand the science behind water purification.

The Project WET workshops model activities that are practical for teachers, while also engaging students’ critical thinking skills. During the practicum portion of the workshops, ID4 supplies teachers with materials for their classrooms.  Teachers enjoy using Project WET lessons, because they are designed to complement existing curricula, rather than replace it.  All activities correlate to the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards.

Breakfast and lunch are included in the training and participants will have an opportunity to register for CEU credit. 

Register early – Space is limited! Please click here to register!

Teacher PD; CCSS/Common Core/Region 8

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