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Educator's Workshop: Project WILD by Texas Parks & Wildlife
Sat, June 10, 2017, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM CDT
Want your kids to understand wildlife, their habitat, and make decisions that use natural resources wisely?
Learn to share the efforts of Texas Parks and Wildlife's conservation programs with this great opportunity for professional development.
Understanding this need for teachers, NHG partners with TP&W to bring you Project WILD, our first Educator's Workshop inviting you to explore and share the fascinating world of wildlife and ecosystems using fun, hands-on educational activities. You will experience engaging TEKS-aligned activities while networking with other educators. Workshop participants receive 6 hours TEA-approved CPE hours and the Project WILD K-12 Guide.
Anyone who works with children, including teachers, homeschoolers, informal educators, and scout leaders are welcome, and will find great value in this award-winning, TEA endorsed course.
$25. Pre-registration required; there will be a break for lunch. Bring your lunch or visit our Café at NHG.
For additional information about the workshop contact:
Rebecca Schumacher: email@example.com
What is Project WILD?
Project WILD is "Wildlife in Learning Design," a Kindergarten - 12th grade environmental and conservation education program emphasizing awareness, appreciation and understanding of wildlife and natural resources. It can be used by classroom teachers, environmental educators, park and nature center personnel, and youth group leaders. It is interdisciplinary and supplementary and can be used to teach basic skills in science, social studies, language arts, math, art, music and physical education.
See Project WILD activities in action and listen to comments from a host of educators: