Teach students the importance of Wisconsin’s forests to our ecological, economic, and social well-being. This introductory workshop will present principles, activities and techniques to integrate hands-on forestry education into the K-12 science, social studies, agriculture, mathematics, technology education, ELA, and general elementary classroom. The workshop will demonstrate how to Standards alignment, STEM connections, literacy, and a brief introduction to outdoor teaching will be discussed. The workshop will include time to begin the process of infusing forestry activities into each teacher’s existing curriculum, and a variety of ready-to-use activities will be supplied so teachers can integrate relevant lessons right away.
This workshop fulfills the DPI Environmental Education Stipulation.
Substitute stipends available, up to $125 payable to the school or district.
CESA 6, Oshkosh
Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education (WCEE)