Get a head start on the MA STE standards using authentic, local research with your students.
Apply to attend our four day Teachers on the Estuary: Investigating a Changing Environment course this summer (with follow up session in November). This project is grant-funded so we are able to offer $200 stewardship project implementation mini grants, equipment and supplies, free housing and lunches. PDPs are free or 3 graduate credits are available for $225 through Framingham University.
Explore coastal habitats and conduct field studies
Interact with local scientists and experienced coastal educators
Bring local and national data into your classroom
Connect to MA STE and Next Generation Science Standards
Learn how to guide student investigations
To apply, fill out the attached application and have an administrator fill out the form to support implementation in your class this coming school year. Feel free to contact me with any questions.
This work is sponsored by the National Estuarine Research Reserve System Science Collaborative, which supports collaborative research that addresses coastal management problems. The Science Collaborative is funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and managed by the University of Michigan Water Center.
Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
131 Waquoit Hwy.
Waquoit, MA 02536
WB NERR TOTE application 2016.docm
Description: WB NERR TOTE application 2016.docm
TOTE 2016 poster.pdf
Description: TOTE 2016 poster.pdf
2016_TOTE_syllabus Investigating a Changing Environment.doc
Description: 2016_TOTE_syllabus Investigating a Changing Environment.doc
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