PLEASE NOTE: THIS WORKSHOP IS OPEN TO HOMESCHOOL PROVIDERS, CLASSROOM TEACHERS, AND NON-FORMAL ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATORS.

Join us for a day at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, engaging side by side with scientists and educators from Stroud Water Research Center and ShoreRivers as we embark on a hands-on journey exploring the impact of climate change on tidal wetlands.

Participants will:

  • ¬†Engage with scientists to learn about the importance of estuaries and how climate change impacts them

  • Explore an estuary, collecting and analyzing water and soil samples with activities you can replicate with students.

  • Collaboratively model how to incorporate these topics into issue investigations and phenomena-based learning curricula.

This is a free workshop, but space is limited and registration is required. The first 15 educators to register will receive a $215 stipend. Lunch will be provided.

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation Division of Earth Sciences under Grant No. 2049073.