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Teachers On The Estuary (TOTE) Workshops
SCDNR Marine Resource Division
217 Ft. Johnson rd. Charleston, SC 29422
Accepted participants will be notified by April 30th.
Join educators and researchers from the ACE Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve, South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Clemson Extension for this exciting and educational workshop!
Using South Carolina estuaries as our classroom, join us as we:
- Explore salt marsh dynamics with marine researchers to collect and analyze data
- Engage your students in Project-based Learning using real world examples
- Bring home standards‐based, STEM classroom lessons
- Attendance at 3-day workshop, pre and post webinars
- MUST be able to tolerate physical activity outdoors (summer temps, insects)
- Upon completion of the workshop, teachers must develop a lesson plan to share with all participants
- $50 per person (nonrefundable)
- Participants are responsible for lodging
- Breakfast and lunch provided each day
- Open to middle and high school teachers, pre-service teachers, and non-formal educators
- Continuing Education credits available
Questions can be emailed to: MarineEducation@dnr.sc.gov
Seeds to Shoreline, July 31, 2019 and August 1, 2019
From Seeds to Shoreline engages K-12 students and teachers in cultivating and transplanting Spartina alterniflora, the dominant plant in southeastern salt marshes.
- From Seeds to Shoreline Teacher Workshops
- New Teachers (July 31st): Attendance at this training is a prerequisite for participation in the program during the 2019-2020 school year.
- Veteran Teachers (August 1st): This training is for teachers who have participated in the From Seeds to Shoreline program for at least one school year. Attendance is not mandatory but strongly encouraged.
Discovery Professional Development for Educators
Welcome Aboard!! Schedule a two to six-hour training for your staff today. Participating educators will explore ways to incorporate real world research and data into the classroom and use our estuaries as living laboratories. Opportunities are available for teachers of all subject matter.
Contact MarineEducation@dnr.sc.gov for more information.