Water in the Lake Tahoe Basin Workshop | South Lake Tahoe, CA | January 26, 2017
LAKE TAHOE AREA EDUCATORS! Join us for this workshop in the winter beauty of the Tahoe Basin, where you will experience fun, hands-on Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) activities to support teaching of Common Core and Next Generation Science standards and how to use them to integrate study of Tahoe ecosystems and watershed processes in your classroom. The interdisciplinary Project WET activities are effective tools for integrating student knowledge of water resources through the study of real-life scenarios that provide strong foundations for STEAM and Service-Learning programs. This workshop will maximize participant time engaged in activities and you’ll walk away loaded with classroom ready content and skill development to study water in the Tahoe Basin, drought, water conservation and the new standards. Please bring your lunch. Participants will also be introduced to the latest addition to Project WET’s Kids In Discovery Series (KIDS) booklets – KIDS: Discover the Waters of Lake Tahoe – and will walk away with class sets as well as your own copy of Project WET.
To register or for more information, please contact Joy Barney at (530) 543-2685 or firstname.lastname@example.org.