Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Summer Courses for Adults at SKMC

TMI will be offering three Professional Development Workshops for teachers and other interested citizens this summer. Participants will learn about the mountains, forests, and streams that make up the Central Appalachian Highlands - one of the most biodiverse ecosystems in the United States. They will also leave with the skills and materials necessary to teach this information to their students.

The workshops include:
Wonders of Water: July 11-14
Explore existing water based curricula for your classroom and leave with over 100 lesson plans to use! Learn how to create an outdoor wetland classroom on your school property. Our focus will be Project WET, Wonders of Wetlands, and Planning of Wetlands. Use these activities alone OR to complement a field trip to TMI.

Reading the Landscape: July 18-21
A comprehensive overview of forest and watershed systems using field-based investigation and classroom materials.

Appalachian Watershed & Stream Monitors (with TMI & Trout Unlimited): August 8-11
Immerse yourself in water quality monitoring techniques, stream restoration options with youth, and the wonders of headwaters streams, while covering multiple science and social studies Content Standards & Objectives!

For more information on any of these workshops please visit www.mountain.org/professional-development-opportunities.




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