Environmental Education Workshop Offered this Summer
The 2021 Collaborative Environmental Education Workshop, featuring Habitats of North Dakota, Project Learning Tree and Project Wild materials, will be held June 15-16 at North Dakota State University in Fargo.
This is an educational workshop for teachers, environmental educators or anyone who wishes to learn more about the outside world. The five North Dakota habitats (wetlands, badlands, prairie, woodlands and riparian) will be studied, including their location, plants and animals and the importance of each habitat. The North Dakota Habitats, Project Learning Tree and Project WILD curriculums will be used as textbooks for this course. Explore topics like species diversity, invasive species, wildlife migration and adaptations.
The workshop will be interactive and fast paced, with hands-on activities. Lessons will be project based and correlated to academic standards. Different instructional methods will be used to reach all learning styles. Be prepared for outdoor walking field trips and activities, weather permitting. All supplies are provided.
One graduate credit is available through North Dakota State University. Register for the workshop at www.ndsu.edu/dce//k-12/info/18147.
For more information, contact Sherry Niesar at 701-527-3714 or at email@example.com.