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2015 Educator Training Opportunities     

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Teachers on the Estuary

Weeks Bay NERR

Teachers on the Estuary Workshop

March 24-26, 2015

Location of program:Weeks Bay Reserve Visitor Center

Audience: Workshop is limited to high school biology, marine science, environmental science and pre-engineering teachers in Baldwin and Mobile Counties in AL.

For more information contact weeksbay@gulftel.com

Teachers on the Estuary

Tijuana River NERR

Teachers on the Estuary Training

Wednesday, May 20th - Thursday, May 21st

Location of program: Tijuana Estuary Visitor Center, 301 Caspian Way, Imperial Beach, CA 91932

Audience (grade level, subjects): Middle and High School Teachers, all subjects but mainly science

Link for further info: http://trnerr.org/high-school-curriculum (flyer can be found here)

Teachers on the Estuary

Sapelo NERR

Georgia Sea Turtle Conservation Teacher Workshop; Teachers on the Estuary

June 15-17, 2015

Program Location: Sapelo Island, Georgia

Audience: Formal and Non-Formal k-12 Educators

Link for further info: www.sapelonerr.org, http://eeingeorgia.org)


Teachers on the Estuary

Sapelo NERR

Coastal Ecology; Teachers on the Estuary

June 20-22, 2015

Program Location: Sapelo Island, NERR

Audience: Formal and Non-Formal k-12 Educators

Link for further info: www.sapelonerr.org, http://eeingeorgia.org)


Teachers on the Estuary

Old Woman Creek NERR

TOTE: Wetlands Advanced Workshop

June 22 -24, 2015

Program Location: Huron, Ohio

Audience (grade level, subjects) Open to all grade levels, and subject matters

Link for further info: we partner with a soil and water conservation district in Geuaga County, they take reservations. www.geaugaswcd.com Contact Jennifer Bucheit


Teachers on the Estuary

Grand Bay NERR

Teachers on the Estuary: Flora, Fauna and Phenology

June 23-25, 2015

Program Location: Moss Point, MS

Audience: Teachers within the coastal counties of the Gulf of Mexico

Link for Further info: www.grandbacynerr.org


Teachers on the Estuary

San Francisco Bay NERR

Coastal Science Explorations with NOAA and NatureBridge: A Teachers on the Estuary Workshop

June 25-27, 2015

Program Location: 3 Coastal Parks in Marin County, California

Audience (grade level, subjects): Primarily for 5th and 6th grade teachers, although teachers of other grades are welcome to apply. Short application is required.

Link for Further info: www.naturebridge.org/coastalscience or http://www.sfbaynerr.org/education/upcoming-education-events

Teachers on the Estuary

Mission-Aransas NERR

Teachers on the Estuary

July 14 – 16, 2015

Program Location: University of Texas Marine Science Institute, Port Aransas, TX

Audience: Middle and high school science teachers (6th-12th) who teach in a Texas coastal watershed county

For more information contact carolyn.rose@utexas.edu

Teachers on the Estuary

Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve

Rivers2Lake Summer Institute: Teachers on the Estuary

August 3-8, 2015

Program Location: St. Louis River Watershed, Superior WI

Audience (grade level, subjects): formal PK-12 educators

Link for further info: www.rivers2lake.org


Teachers on the Estuary

South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve

The Oregon Coast Education Program – Teachers on the Estuary

August 4-7, 2015

Program Location: Charleston, Oregon – South Slough Interpretive Center

Audience: Upper Elementary, Middle School, High School – Biology, Life Science

Link for further info: http://www.oregon.gov/dsl/SSNERR/Pages/Teacher-Training-Opportunities.aspx


Teachers on the Estuary

Great Bay NERR

Teachers on the Estuary Training

August 5-6, 2015

Program Location: Great Bay Discovery Center, Greenland, NH

Audience: Middle and High school teachers


Teachers on the Estuary

Jacques Cousteau NERR and Delaware NERR

Teachers on the Estuary (TOTE) Workshop: Coastal Ecosystems

August 11-13th, 2015

Program Location: Jacques Cousteau Reserve 130 Great Bay Blvd. Tuckerton, NJ 08087

Audience: Audience: Open to all formal and informal educators. Space limited to 15 educators.

Link and registration: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=tczov8cab&oeidk=a07eai17ilp114b6acc


Teachers on the Estuary

Chesapeake Bay NERR

Teachers on the Estuary: Climate Education for a Changing Bay

October 12-13, 2015

Program Location: Gloucester Point, VA

Audience: secondary science teachers (middle and high)

More information: mcguire@vims.edu



Last Updated on: 03-03-2015

 

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