When: Thursday, June 4, 6–8 p.m. Eastern Time
Where: Online via video conferencing
Audience: Pre-service teachers (undergraduate students), in-service classroom teachers, or non-formal educators specialized in early childhood and elementary school education (PreK-5). Please note that this workshop is designed as an introduction to environmental education (EE) for new or early-career educators, or as a refresher for current educators.
Cost: FREE. Registration is required.
We’re sorry, but we have closed registration to all new participants EXCEPT early-career educators. If you are an early-career educator with fewer than five years’ experience, including college students, pre-service teachers, and new teachers, please email email@example.com to register. We encourage all other educators to visit the event listings of PA State Parks and Stroud Water Research Center to check for future opportunities.
Are you an early-career educator or a pre-service teacher (undergraduate student) looking for fresh ways to engage PreK-5 students in the natural world? Join Stroud Water Research Center and Pennsylvania State Parks for Land to Stream — on the screen!
In this virtual online workshop, participants will be introduced to both digital and hands-on activities that will help you integrate EE into your classroom. We will guide you through an exploration of free online resources for EE on land and in streams, model in-class activities such as owl pellet dissection and camouflage creations, and take you on a virtual stream study of aquatic macroinvertebrates. Meet us online for this 2-hour exploration of EE for early childhood through elementary learners (PreK-5)! Five lucky participants will be mailed small EE giveaways.
Please note: This workshop is a repeat of the From Land to Stream Workshop for Pre-Service Teachers offered on April 29. The content delivered in both workshops will be roughly equivalent.
You will receive an email with connection information and a link to first-time user help when you submit your registration. Please plan to connect 5-10 minutes before the call if you are a first-time user, as there will be a brief installation process.
Questions? Please contact Sarah Presogna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stroud Water Research Center will be recording this live workshop or webinar, including all questions, comments, etc., by the audience. By participating, you agree to allow the recording to be posted on the Stroud Center’s YouTube channel, website, Facebook page, Instagram feed, and other media. If you do NOT wish your name or likeness to be recorded and shared for potential public distribution, please visit the Stroud Center YouTube channel following this event to watch the recording; please note that a publicly available recording is not always guaranteed.