THIS SESSION HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
PLEASE CONSIDER REGISTERING FOR THE SAME WORKSHOP ON JANUARY 15TH AT THE WASHINGTON PARK ARBORETUM IN SEATTLE.
THE NEXT BRIGHTWATER TEACHER WORKSHOP (OF THE SAME NAME) WILL BE IN FEBRUARY (DATE TBD).
Are you a K-8 teacher interested in teaching your students outside? Are you looking for meaningful ways to use your schoolyard as a natural classroom? In this workshop, you will learn skills, strategies, and content information to plan and teach an outdoor science field study in your schoolyard. Join the education team from IslandWood at the Brightwater Center as we explore:
-The benefits of outdoor education
-Common plants and animals found in a typical schoolyard
-How to develop an effective field study question
-Strategies and logistics for teaching students outside.
Bring ideas of where you want to integrate outdoor education in your science lessons. We will have time for brainstorming and planning throughout the session.
Dinner will be provided. Clock hours may be available pending approval from the Puget Sound ESD.
Have questions about Professional Development: Introducing Students to Schoolyard Nature?
Contact IslandWood at Brightwater Center