Teacher workshops are offered throughout the state. Please contact Tiffany Kinder (firstname.lastname@example.org, 435.797.2580) to request a workshop in your area or for more information on the workshops offered through USU Water Quality Extension.
The Stream Side Science Workshop uses simple water monitoring techniques to teach science, geography, and math concepts.
Participants spend time in the field collecting macroinvertebrates and identifying them in a lab.
Project WET is an interdisciplinary supplemental water education program for educators of K-12 students that uses a collection of innovative water-related activities that are hands-on, easy, and fun to use.
This Community Mapping Workshop is an introduction to using GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and GPS (Global Positioning Systems). View maps created by teachers during this workshop.
Workshops for 2013 have concluded. However, if you are interested in scheduling a workshop in your area please contact Tiffany Kinder, email@example.com, 435 797 2580.