Project WET Teacher Workshop
Saturday, March 24, 2018, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Pittsburgh Botanic Garden
Free of Charge
Join educators at Pittsburgh Botanic Garden for a one-day hands-on workshop on how to incorporate Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) curriculum into your classroom. Project WET is an award winning non-profit water education program. The program educates K-12 students on the basic science of water, and the role it plays in various ecosystems, and human life. Project WET uses hands-on, multi-disciplinary and easy-to-use activities that promote problem solving and collaboration in the classroom. This workshop is offered free of charge thanks to a generous grant from the EQT Foundation.
Participants will receive:
- A copy of the Project WET Curriculum & Activity Guide 2.0
- Six Pennsylvania Act-48 hours
- Complimentary Lunch
- A chance to participate in hands-on activities at the Garden
Who should attend?
This workshop is open to K-12 formal and informal educators, as well as pre-service teachers. It is ideal for educators looking to incorporate more science into their classroom.
To begin your registration process, please fill out our online form by clicking here. For additional information, please contact Sarada Sangameswaran at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 412-444-4464 x229.