Climate Change: Connecting the Science to Your Classroom
Adult - Beginner, Adult - Intermediate, Adult - Advanced
$150 (non-graduate credit), $275 (graduate credit through Lake Erie College)
Climate change is an important issue all over the world.
What does climate change mean to you in the classroom? Are you comfortable explaining what it is and what it isn’t? Join Holden Forests & Gardens for a 2 and 1/2 day workshop on climate change. Learn the science, explore lessons for immediate use in your classroom, see firsthand research by HF&G scientists, and take part in a Citizen Science project that you can replicate with your own students. You will discover how to incorporate these concepts into your classroom and see how they apply to the standards. The hands-on activities will help bring the concepts to life in your classroom and you will leave with resources to help weave it into your curriculum.
Workshops take place at Holden Arboretum on Tuesday and Wednesday June 27 – 28 (9am – 3pm) and Thursday June 29 (9am – noon). The registration fee includes all three sessions. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.Register for non-graduate credit through HF&G ($150 per teacher)
When selecting non-graduate credit, please only register for the June 27 session since the fee includes all three sessions.Register for graduate credit through Lake Erie College ($275 per teacher)
To register for graduate credit with Lake Erie College, you will need to create an account on their website.
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