2023 St. Louis River and Estuary Institute featuring Waters to the Sea®

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2023 St. Louis River and Estuary Institute featuring Waters to the Sea®

Free for Educators and Face-to-Face!

St. Louis River and Estuary Institute - June 19-12, 2023, 8am-4pm, in the Duluth, MN area

This workshop is a component of a national initiative to develop a community of water educators. The Rivers Institutes are highly acclaimed professional development workshops developed by CGEE in St. Paul, Minnesota. For more information on the Rivers Institutes and CGEE, please visit the Professional Development and Graduate Programs page.

Activities Include

Workshop Goals

To increase teachers' knowledge of St. Louis River and Estuary related content, enhance STEM-focused investigation skills, expand literacy skills, and help guide the development of meaningful, engaging investigations for students learning remotely and in the classroom.

Eligibility

All elementary and middle school formal and informal teachers, as well as teacher teams are welcome to apply. 

Each Rivers Institute Participant Will Receive

Waters to the Sea®

Rivers Institute participants will receive and explore a suite of multimedia learning modules designed to help students in grades 3-8 understand critical water issues through engaging stories and visualizations. Check out Waters to the Sea® new interactive multimedia learning materials about the Delta’s natural and cultural history are being made available for this institute through the Headwaters to the Delta Initiative.

The Mississippi River Delta Institute and new interactive multimedia learning materials about the Delta’s natural and cultural history are made possible by significant funding from the Meraux Foundation and the Brown Foundation, and created in collaboration with the National Park Service, University of New Orleans and Fletcher Technical Community College. Thank you to all of our partners. 

Contact

Sara Robertson
Program Administrator
srobertson01@hamline.edu