Project WET’s hands-on, science-based Climate, Water & Resilience curriculum helps educators feel confident addressing climate change in the classroom and beyond. Aligned with Common Core and NGSS standards, this program guides teachers and students through nine engaging activities that empower them to combat climate change and build a more resilient future. The curriculum covers a wide variety of phenomena encompassed by climate change, including weather vs. climate, the greenhouse effect, sea-level rise, ocean acidification, soil moisture and agriculture, freeze-thaw cycles, aquatic invasive species, shared water resources, and waterborne disease.
Participants will receive curriculum guide with activities.
Inspire students to respect our precious water resources and to understand the importance of sound water management and their personal commitment to environmental protection.
This workshop qualifies for three hours of ADE-approved professional development.
Workshop will be 8:30 – 11:30 am.