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Middle school students looking at a large caterpillar

Stroud, PECO, and Kennett Schools Bring STEM to Students

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The after-school program provided students with safe, structured, meaningful, and fun activities that promote learning and growth at no cost to the parents.

Teachers using the Water Quality mobile app

Training the Teachers of Today to Educate the Stewards of Tomorrow

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The outdoors were the setting for a boots-in-the-water workshop to advance professional development for non-formal educators and classroom teachers alike.

Axalta All-Pro Teachers logo with Philadelphia Eagles logo

Axalta, the Philadelphia Eagles, and Stroud Water Research Center Celebrate All-Pro Teachers with a Day of STEM in the Stream

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Teachers experienced STEM education in a real-world setting giving them the tools to cultivate the next generation of freshwater stewards.

Model My Watershed Featured in STEM for All Video Showcase

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The video presentation highlights the Teaching Environmental Sustainability – Model My Watershed project to promote watershed stewardship, geospatial literacy, and systems thinking.

Child with leaf. Photo by Gabby Orcutt on Unsplash

Education Partnership Named as a Success Story

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The Stroud Center’s partnership with the Watershed Education Training Institute (WETi) at Millersville University allows WETi to offer high-quality watershed curricula and instruction.

Stroud Center Educators Visit the Lamotte Company

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Our educators visited the Lamotte Company recently to discuss our product line and our partnership. Lamotte sells a few of our education products including the Leaf Pack Experiment Stream Ecology Kit.

Watershed Curriculum Development for Middle Schools

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Stroud Center educators worked with faculty at the Upland Country Day School in Pennsylvania to develop, implement and evaluate educational materials to increase quantitative, data collection, and analytical skills through the study of watersheds.