Professional Development Workshops
Ocean Acidification Education Teacher Workshop
Saturday, October 13, 2018 9am-4pm
Join educators from San Francisco's Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary and Hawaii's Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument for a day of experiments, lively activities, and the latest research on ocean acidification. Participants will learn about the processes behind the changing chemistry and biology of our ocean and how increased acidity affects ocean food webs. The workshop will feature innovative programs and high impact solutions for reducing carbon emissions. It will also launch a trans-Pacific partnership between students in California and Hawai’i.
Teachers may later borrow materials to lead the NGSS-aligned experiments and activities themselves, or register for up to four free classroom programs delivered by sanctuary education staff, plus receive a $50 stipend. The workshop will be held in San Francisco's Presidio.
Registration required: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teachers! Looking for new ways to make science come alive in your classroom? This year we are offering a series of exciting and insightful lectures, workshops and field excursions to support our community of teachers and connect them with the sanctuary. Workshop presentations, activities, and content are geared for middle and high school biology and environmental science teachers; however, all teachers and educators are welcome. Learn more about workshop schedules, details, and online registration or contact Abby Nickels at (415) 530-5370 or email@example.com
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