- Nature, Not just for Science Anymore
This 2-day long course is for content teachers of all grade levels. Using topics and issues relevant to Central Ohio's ecosystem, teachers will explore ways that science can be integrated with math, social studies and/or language arts, while making it relevant to the daily lives of their students. Teachers who participate will choose from concurrent sessions that focus on either their grade level or their subject. Topics will include: Central Ohio wildlife population dynamics, water ecology as a predictor of stream health, and an optional field trip to the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio to discuss solid waste management issues as they relate to the needs of Central Ohio citizens.
·The workshop will be held at Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park on June 26 & 27
·This workshop is designed for all content area teachers.
·Registering for Ashland University graduate credit is separate and can be done at the workshop for $175.
·Workshop fee of $50 is nonrefundable after June 19.
·Space is limited and will not be reserved without payment of the $50 Workshop Fee.
·Workshop is 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both days.
·Registration deadline is June 19.
·Participants will be contacted prior to the workshop to sign up for concurrent sessions and optional field trip to Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio landfill site.
*Course is designed so teachers can take it two times to earn 2 graduate credit hours. Course is also being offered on July 16 & 17.
- Battelle Darby Creek
- Meeting Place
- Nature Center
1415 Darby Creek Dr.
Galloway, OH 43119
- Age Range
- Registration Closes
For off-line registrations or further information please call (614) 508-8111, unless another number is given in the program description