Pennsylvania Professional Development: Making Tree Plantings Meaningful with Students
During this three-day course (August 4-6, 2020), explore ways to ensure your student action projects are effective and incorporated into your curriculum. Each day we will explore ecosystem health through water quality investigations, how trees and plants reduce stormwater impact, and create connections from your classroom to the watershed. We will discuss how to involve students in the process from planning to implementation. And you will find ways to connect projects into your curriculum and Meaningful Watershed Education Experience (MWEE) framework. Take part in various investigations to see how you can incorporate tree plantings through various subject lenses to foster creativity and cross-curricular connections.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) has expanded enrollment to include both formal and nonformal educators in the Pennsylvania focused courses. Nonformal educators are eligible to receive up to $500 to help support a teacher or teachers in the creation and implementation of a Meaningful Watershed Educational Experience (MWEE)stewardship and civic action project. Formal Educators are also eligible for a stipend upon successful completion of the final project. Please contact Tarrea Potter (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more info.
LOCATIONS: Because of current Covid-19 restrictions ALL CBF Summer 2020 courses have been moved online. COST: 3 day workshops/$25 thanks to generous support from donors and grants. CREDIT: CBF will provide 27 ACT48 hours for teachers upon successful completion of course project.
QUESTIONS? Contact Tarrea Potter at email@example.com. Visit cbf.org/ccsummer for FAQ and registration.