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Supporting Environmental Literacy Across the Curriculum with the MWEE Framework
August 16 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Join Heritage Conservancy, the Bucks County Intermediate Unit, and the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for an educator workshop. Become a Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEE) Ambassador by completing the online MWEE 101 course and this in-person workshop.
Learn how to use this framework to support environmental literacy across subject areas with your students. To learn more about MWEEs, CLICK HERE.
This program is for formal and non-formal educators.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided, plus a $200 stipend for formal Bucks County public educators. Six hours of ACT 48 credit available.
Location: Nockamixon State Park, Environmental Education Center, 1542 Mountain View Dr, Quakertown, PA 18951
This workshop is now full. To be added to the waitlist or informed of future workshops, please contact Shannon Fredebaugh-Siller at email@example.com or 215-345-7020 ext. 104
Financial and other support for the “Meaningful Watershed Professional Development Training for Bucks County Teachers” has been provided by the Department of Environmental Protection’s Environmental Education Grants Program. Additional support from the William Penn Foundation.