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This winter, the Oregon Coast STEM Hub is providing five MWEEs By the Sea educator workshops on the Oregon Coast to train educators to engage their students in Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEEs).
In each workshop, participants engage in hands-on classroom and field activities related to watershed topics, and explore locally-available educational materials that can be checked out and used with students. The resources and best practices shared will support teachers to design and implement a Project Based Learning (PBL) unit this spring. Students will be invited to a Student Watershed Symposium in late Spring to share their projects with their peers and community. The free workshops target formal and informal educators of students in Grade 3-12. Lunch will be provided.
Topics and Locations
Links to flyers and registration on the OCSH Professional Development page
Benefits to Workshop Participants
All trainings focus on Meaningful Watershed Education Experiences and culminate in a Student Watershed Symposium event, but the workshop topics and grade levels vary by location. For information about this workshop series, visit the Oregon Coast STEM Hub website's Professional Development page. This workshop series is supported by grant funds from the NOAA Bay Watershed Education Training (BWET) program.