Investigate drinking water quality, chemistry, community resources, and practice-based activities for your classroom. This intensive, three-day, hands-on workshop allows upper elementary, middle, and high school science teachers to enrich their water-related benchmarks and come away with new teaching ideas and information from expert presenters on the engineering, chemistry, geology, people, and politics of how drinking water is delivered to your home and school. Meals and resource binder provided. Choose between two graduate credits or a stipend – both will require your attendance at a Saturday follow-up session in fall (date to be determined by the group). Housing is not provided.
Science teachers from anywhere in Minnesota may apply, but priority is given to science teachers from the Red Wing area.
Join the more than 420 science teachers who have participated in WaterWorks over the last 22 years, and make plans to integrate the topic of drinking water into your science curriculum.