Teacher Workshops at the Pascagoula River Audubon Center are designed to provide active, engaging, hands-on opportunities for teachers to have fun and learn more about the natural world of the Gulf Coast. We intend that you leave a Teacher Workshop fully prepared and excited to bring the outdoors to your students- regardless of their age and your teaching area!
Our teacher workshops all offer CEUs so that you can keep up with your certifications.
Our next teacher workshops will be held the week of May 30th-June 2nd, 2017. Each workshop meets at the Center from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. and provides .6 CEUs for teachers and other education professionals. You are welcome to join us for one session or all of them! Pre-registration is required, and each day will be capped at 35 participants. There is NO COST for any of the workshops, though participants should bring a bag lunch and plan on a working lunch each day.
For questions or to register, please contact Programs Manager Erin Parker at 228.475.0825 ext. 2 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, May 30th: Growing Up Wild
Wednesday, May 31st: Project Wet
Thursday, June 1: Project Wild
Friday, June 2: Flying Wild
Perfect for current and retired teachers, environmental and informal educators, librarians and library staff, habitat stewards, master naturalists, and student teachers. No matter which age group you work with, these workshops will help provide you with the tools and confidence to help your students engage with the natural world in your classroom or out-of-doors.
Check out the links below for more information about each project and how you might use it in your classroom or teaching area: