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Appalachian Watershed and Stream Monitors professional development workshop July 10-12

Appalachian Watershed and Stream Monitors

Professional Development Workshop July 10-12, 2017

Investigate the water quality of a headwater stream.

The AWSM workshop will provide resources and inspiration for educators seeking to engage students and enhance curriculum through outdoor education. 

This year’s workshop will include:

  • Frameworks that work! Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences and U.S. Green Ribbon Schools (Peter M. Mecca and Vicki Fenwick-Judy)
  • How to implement a stream study using Save our Streams citizen-science protocols (Glenn Nelson)
  • Project Learning Tree training and curriculum (Linda Carnell)
  • Optional caving in the Sinks of Gandy, exploring Spruce Knob, astronomy, and more!

    Explore the Sinks of Gandy cave to see the effects of karst topography.

Workshop Details:

Cost is $300 and includes room, board and materials.

Scholarships are available for WV educators.

Guests (spouse, children, friend, etc) are invited to attend for the discounted rate of $50/person.

Three continuing education graduate credit hours are available through Marshall University for an additional $365.

Register on our website https://experience-learning.org/learn/professional-development/.
Please contact Kellee Waddell for more details: 304.567.2632 or
kwaddell@experience-learning.org

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