June 20, 2018 - 8:00am to June 21, 2018 - 10:45am

Triple Teacher-Educator Training for Project WET, Project WILD and Project Learning Tree |Cheaha State Park, AL | June 20-21, 2018

Bring the best environmental education curricula in the world to your students…from the highest mountain in Alabama!

What are Project WET, Project WILD, and Project Learning Tree?

* Environmental Education that supports the State of Alabama Standards and Best Practices in EE
* Research-based and field tested
* Interdisciplinary, integratable, hands-on and activity-based
* Fun for students and instructors, indoors or out

More information:

* Professional Learning Units Available through Jacksonville State University (14 PD hours).
* Receive tons of educational materials and resources to help you make your lessons a success!
* Network with natural resource professionals and other educators.

Participants must attend the entire workshop to received copies of the activity guides and must complete evaluation forms to be certified as a teacher-educator in all three projects. The fee cannot be discounted on a per project basis.

Bonus Curriculum: “Hairy, Scary, But Mostly Merry: Fairies! Curing Nature Deficiency through Folklore, Imagination and Creative Nature Activities” by author and instructor, Renee Simmons Raney

Workshop Instructors:

Mandy Pearson and Renee Raney, Cheaha State Park
Doyle Keasal, Alabama Cooperative Extension System
Ashley Smith, Alabama Forestry Association

Workshop Registration Fees (all levels include resource materials for all projects)    

Full Registration -- includes Wednesday lunch & dinner; Thursday lunch; Wednesday night lodging (shared room up to 2/room): $150 per person; Single Room: $170 per person Lodging: CCC Historic Bald Rock Lodge at Cheaha State Park
“Days Only” (not overnight) Registration includes Wednesday & Thursday meals: $100 per person

Teachers please register through www.pdweb.alsde.edu     PD Title: JSU15155-18
Educators please register by contacting Renee Raney at Renee.Raney@dcnr.alabama.gov 

Cheaha State Park Bald Rock Lodge