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Virtual Project WET Workshop

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Virtual Project WET Workshop

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Oklahoma Project WET is partnering with East Central University’s Institute for Math and Science Education to bring you a virtual Project WET Workshop! This virtual workshop will consist of two live zoom sessions (October 21 and November 4) and an asynchronous module to complete your training.

Project WET is not just for science teachers! This interdisciplinary program incorporates reading and writing all while teaching about water resources through hands-on, investigative, and easy-to-use activities. The Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 contains more than 60 water-related activities correlated to NGSS K-12 student standards. All participants will receive a Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0, activity demonstrations, and access to additional online resources!

Live Zoom Session #1: Thursday, October 21 at 4:00pm-5:30pm

Live Zoom Session #2: Thursday, November 4 at 4:00pm-5:30pm

The asynchronous module and instructions will be emailed to you upon registration.

About our partners:

The Mission for The Institute for Math and Science Education (IMSE) includes: 1) providing public school teachers and ECU practice teachers with quality professional development in STEM areas, 2) providing schools in the surrounding area with support necessary to ensure excellence in STEM, and 3) providing opportunities for K-12 students in surrounding schools to engage in informal learning and investigative opportunities and career exploration in STEM areas.

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Organizer Blue Thumb

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The Blue Thumb Program is the education arm of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission's Water Quality Division. Blue Thumb is a statewide citizen science effort focused on training volunteers to share their knowledge of water quality with others, with the goal of stream protection through education. Blue Thumb aims to inspire and empower people across the state to use education and monitoring to protect water in their region from nonpoint source pollution.

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