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Water Science Careers: Education Director

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Steve Kerlin, Ph.D., describes his work as Education Director at Stroud Water Research Center.

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Status and needs of environmental education related organizations in Wisconsin: results from the 2015-2016 state-wide survey

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Hougham, J., S. Kerlin, K. Liddicoat, K. Ellis, and E. Crampe. 2017. A technical report from University of Wisconsin-Extension,Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education, Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education, and the 2015 Wisconsin Environmental Education Consortium.

Award-Winning Web Toolkit Helps Protect Fresh Water

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The WikiWatershed toolkit was awarded the 2017 Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.

Girls performing a water chemistry test as part of a stream study

Education Programs Reach New and Bigger Audiences

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Our goal is to engage about 10,000 children and adults in our programs on a yearly basis by 2020 and sustain that number into the future.

Stroud Center education staff at the NAAEE Conference

Education Staff Lead Presentations and Winning Canoe at NAAEE Conference

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Stroud Center education staff continued their international impact at the recent North American Association for Environmental Education conference.

Supporting Citizen Science Within the Delaware River Watershed Initiative Cluster Team

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The Stroud Center is working to expand and encourage higher-quality citizen-science monitoring and volunteer participation in the Delaware River Initiative cluster of streams. One- and two-day traveling workshops focus on…

Expanded Professional Development Programs for Educators

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We’re expanding our professional development programs for educators to include the WikiWatershed webinar series, more workshops at the Stroud Center, and an emerging partnership with the Chester County Intermediate Unit.

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Children’s use of iPads in outdoor environmental education programs

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Kacoroski, J., K. Liddicoat, and S. Kerlin. 2016. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 15(4):301–311.

How to Choose Mobile Digital Technologies to Enhance Environmental Education

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Whether you are a teacher, parent, or citizen scientist, here are a few ideas worth considering to make the most of mobile digital technology for environmental education.