San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Free Professional Development Workshop for Florida Charter Teachers on May 7th, 2014 from 10:00 AM- 4:00PM with a working lunch!
Register to attend an environmental education workshop for Charter School educators on the Project WILD and Aquatic WILD programs. Registration is required to attend the workshop.
Project WILD and Aquatic WILD are multidisciplinary programs for K-12 grades. It features hands-on learning activities, differentiated instruction, reading and technology connections, outdoor explorations and can be used to enhance your STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and Art programming.
This workshop will provide you with both the basic Project WILD and Aquatic WILD guides and training. Get two for one!
There is no cost to register for this workshop and teachers will be eligible to receive six in-service points after completion.
For further information about this training, contact Rachel Fry at (850) 245-2461 or
When & Where
Fl. Dept. of Environmental Protection
The Department of Environmental Protection protects and manages Florida's natural resources while enforcing the environmental laws that protect these unique treasures. Overseeing the more than 160 award-winning state parks, the Department is also charged with conserving environmentally-sensitive lands, restoring waterways and preserving the state's historical and cultural resources through Florida Forever.
The Office of Environmental Education seeks to cultivate and support environmental citizenship: the awareness, understanding and appreciation of Florida's environment; and the capacity to think critically and participate constructively in its protection. The Office of Environmental Education’s core program includes outdoor experiential environmental education for middle school students, the annual Florida Green School Awards Program, and summer teacher professional development workshops. In addition, the Office of Environmental Education supports outreach initiatives within the Department of Environmental Protection, including the agency’s annual Earth Day at the Capitol event, as well as regional education efforts such as the Gulf of Mexico Alliance’s Environmental Education