STEM Teacher Workshop

Meghan Collins (NWAL Education Lead) and Mary Rose Morigeau (Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes) learn native seed planting techniques from students from the Arlee EAGLES Club at NWAL Youth Day, Salish Kootenai College. May 3, 2018.

Place-based lesson plan writing workshop

September 14-15, 2019

About this event:

Please join Native Waters on Arid Lands (NWAL) for an accredited, two-day teacher professional development workshop to develop place-based lessons for your classroom related to key NWAL project themes: solar energy, water for agriculture and people, and drought and climate connections. At the end of the workshop, teachers will have completed lesson plans related to these themes, relevant to their home communities.

When:

September 14, 2019: 8AM – 5PM
September 15, 2019: 8:30AM – 4:45PM

Where:

STAR School, Arizona

Agenda:

Day 1 will be dedicated to a series of seminars and hands-on demonstrations by scientists. On Day 2, teachers will create place-based lesson plans for their classrooms with the help of scientists.  We will integrate career connections and highlight pathways to college and beyond.

Event Flyer:

Flyer for 2019 teacher training

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Contact:

For more information about this event, please contact Meghan Collins at meghan.collins@dri.edu.