- Saturday, November 9, 2019
- 9:30 AM–4:00 PM
- Bunker Interpretive Center
- $15 for college students; $60 for the public (fee includes award winning activity guide, certification, instruction, lunch, snacks, and workshop materials)
Join us for a workshop being held at the Ecosystem Preserve to introduce you to Project WILD, a national, award-winning, environmental curriculum. The curriculum guides are used by formal teachers and other educators working with students in Kindergarten-12th grades. The workshop will certify you to use the curriculum materials and guides in your future classrooms, recreation programs, environmental education programs, vacation Bible school classes, etc.
WHO should attend?
Formal and non-formal educators, homeschool educators, youth leaders, and natural resource professionals who are interested in environmental education, sustainability issues, and natural resource management.
WHAT is Project WILD?
Project WILD is an interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education program that focuses on wildlife and habitats. This standards-aligned resource contains 124 integrated nature-based lessons that help educators build a bridge between the classroom and the outdoors for their students. Read more about Project WILD and the curriculum.
What should I BRING?
Enthusiasm, warm clothes/boots (we will go outside), and exact cash or check made payable to Calvin University
This workshop will be facilitated by Jeanette Henderson, Ecosystem Preserve Program Manager.
The registration deadline has passed.