Teachers on the Estuary & The Wampanoag Circle of Life

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This workshop is full. However to be placed on a waitlist please call Joan at 508-457-0495 x107 or  email joan.muller@state.ma.us. You will be contacted directly should a spot become available, Thank you.

Waquoit Bay Reserve Headquarters
June 26-28, 2018
Mashpee Wampanaoag Government Center
November 3, 2018

Click here to download: 2018 course syllabus or the full brochure.

DSCN1352Learn about salt marsh and estuary ecology through hands on field and classroom activities, trade book literature, small group work, discussions, and mini presentations by content experts. Teachers will learn how to use the Cape Cod coast to help their students learn about animal and plant life cycles and adaptations as well as weather and coastal processes. Join us to explore estuary/salt marsh, kettle pond, forest, garden, and river habitats.

 

Explore coastal habitats and conduct field studies

  • Interact with local scientists and experienced coastal educators from Waquit Bay Reserve
  • Bring local and national data into your classroom

Course content and activities align with grade 3-5 Next Generation Science Standards and Massachusetts State Science Technology and Engineering, and Social Studies Standards.
Cost is $25.00 and includes lunches and at least $25 worth of books and equipment for those who successfully complete course. Optional graduate credit is available from Framingham State College (FSU) for $150.00 for the two credit course. Please inquire about PDPs.

For a complete syllabus and to register check www.waquoitbayreserve.org.

For questions, contact Joan Muller, joan.muller@state.ma.us.

We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.

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