Science in the River City, April 12, 2011, Sacramento, CA
Science in the River City is an outstanding standards-based professional development program for 3rd to 12th grade science teachers. SIRC is held approximately once a month at Sacramento State during the academic year. The program is designed to deepen teachers’ understanding of science (through hands-on, inquiry-based labs and activities) and provide innovative ideas, lessons and strategies for teachers to use in their classrooms. The workshops are taught by university faculty or teacher leaders from the Sacramento Area Science Project.
For more information or to register on-line visit:http://www.csus.edu/mase/sem_inst/sirc.htm
Project WET Workshop, April 29, 2011, Incline Village, NV
The California Project WET program in partnership with the Tahoe Center for Environmental Research, Sierra Watershed Education Partnerships, Nevada and Hawaii Project WET programs, and the Association for Experiential Education invite you to register for this action-packed, pre-conference water education workshop at the Tahoe Center for Environmental Research. The workshop will be focused on the use of Project WET activities to integrate knowledge of local water resources and issues, as well as methods to bring experiential education into the classroom. All participants will receive lunch and walk away with their own Project WET guide. Registration details will be available after February 1, 2011 at: http://west.aee.org/conferences.
Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education Spring Statewide Conference 2011, April 29 – May 1, 2011, Occidental, CA
“Fusion: Bringing It All Together,” held at Westminster Woods Outdoor School in Occidental, features 60+ educational workshops, keynotes, entertainment, job fair, networking. Full conference registration includes conference fees, 5 meals, and lodging or camping option. Day rate also available. Featured speaker Steve Van Matre, the founder of the Institute for Earth Education and author of The Earth Speaks and many other titles, will inspire us to rethink our roles and techniques as environmental educators and interpreters. Saturday night Talent Show followed by a musical performance of Belle Monroe and her Brewglass Boys. For more information visit www.aeoe.org. The Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education supports and inspires educators in their quest for the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential to help all learners understand, appreciate, and care for their environment. Contact: Tom Drake, Member, AEOE Board of Directors,firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 714) 474-1377.