Are you interested in acquiring graduate credits, looking for creative lessons to incorporate into your curriculum or maybe you are just in need of a fun and enriching learning adventure? Don’t miss your chance to attend a unique summer workshop sponsored by the Geauga and Portage Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCDs).
The Advanced Wonders of Watersheds, Monday, June 22 – Wednesday, June 24, 2015 is an intensive 3-day program at Old Woman Creek National Estuary in Huron, Ohio.
Open to educators of all grades and disciplines, this workshop is an effective, engaging training that offers affordable graduate credits through Ashland University. Participants can earn one to three graduate credits and will also receive Teachers On The Estuary (T.O.T.E.), Flying Wild, The Wonders of Wetlands and Healthy Water Healthy People curriculum guides.
This once-in-a-lifetime experience includes outdoor learning and inquiry, activities, tours and the unique opportunity to collect research data on Lake Erie with the United States Geological Survey Lake Erie Biological Station.