The Children’s Forest of Central Oregon offers professional development for PreK-12 teachers and out-of-school program providers in Central Oregon. Our workshops provide curriculum and skills to help educators make outdoor learning a regular part of their classrooms and programs, benefiting youth across Central Oregon.
Upcoming Workshops – Fall 2021
WATERS Teacher Workshop
Watershed Awareness using Technology and Environmental Research for Sustainability
11/10 @ 5:00-7:00, The Environmental Center
11/11 @ 9:00-5:00, Skyliner Lodge
11/12 @ 9:00-5:00, Skyliner Lodge
11/13 @ 9:00-5:00, High Desert Museum
For 5th-8th grade teachers
Free! Substitute costs covered for 11/12
$1,000 stipend for participation and project implementation, which includes monthly meetings
Teachers receive a kit of field equipment and access to online models
This is a research study sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
Students across the United States are all affected by and dependent on water quality issues, from experiencing severe droughts to awareness of floods and drinking water issues. The WATERS curriculum incorporates hands-on local data and geospatial analysis to explore geographic, social, political, and environmental concepts and problems related to students’ watersheds using inclusive learning strategies and UDL technologies. The goal is to increase student interest in STEM careers by broadening the population of students who believe they have the ability and skills to pursue STEM careers.
Partners: Concord Consortium, Millersville University, Stroud Water Research Center
Register here: https://bit.ly/3CoE73W
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