Latino Earth Partnership Teacher's Workshop

When: June 26 through June 30 from 9:00am - 3:00pm

Join us for a 5-day workshop using the outdoors as an educational tool to learn about native ecosystems and how you can transform your schoolyard into a learning lab all while improving the health of Ohio’s waterways.

Latino Earth Partnership seeks to:

  • Bring people together interested in linking environmental and health concerns to
    academic achievement in science, math, social studies, language and the arts.
  • Integrate Latino perspectives and experience with Earth Partnership’s ecological
    restoration education programs in diverse watersheds and ecosystems.
  • Partner with communities to broaden participation and generate enthusiasm among Latino youth to become the next generation of environmental stewards.
  • Address the needs of K-12 educators for culturally accurate and authentic resources across the curriculum.

Fee: $100 - includes instruction, materials, Latino Earth Partnership K-12 Curriculum Guide, Project Wild curriculum guide. (Project Wild guides are provided free-of-charge by the ODNR-Division of Wildlife)

For an additional $165 you can earn 3 graduate credits from University of Wisconsin.

Funding for school projects will be available upon completion of this workshop.

June 26-30, 2017
(classes will be held at various locations from 9:00am - 3:00pm)

Follow up session Spring 2018 - Date TBD

Contact Amy Roskilly at 216/524-6580, ext. 1005 or aroskilly@cuyahogaswcd.org
A detailed confirmation will be sent following registration.

This workshop is sponsored by:
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District
Conservancy for the Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Ohio Division of Wildlife
Ohio Project Wild
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency

1. Latino Earth Partnership teacher's workshop
2. Latino Earth Partnership teacher's wksp. AND 3 graduate credits (Univ. of Wisconsin)

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