Open to: K-12 NYC teachers.
Opportunity at a Glance: The waters of the earth, in some form, are within walking distance from anywhere on the planet. The Aquatic WILD K-12 Curriculum and Activity Guide serves as an invitation to explore and understand the fascinating world of water and the aquatic habitats it supports. This FREE workshop provides NYC teachers with this guide which includes 55 multidisciplinary lesson plans. Work environmental education into any subject in this dynamic training. This workshop is best for teachers who love to be outdoors and who want to share that love with their class. We will hike, wade, create, express, and more! CTLE is available.
Key dates: Thursday, June 6th, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Location: Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve Nature Interpretive Center at 2351 Veterans Rd W Staten Island, NY 10309.
Registration deadline: May 30.
Take action: Confirm with your principal that that your school does not already have PD planned, then email your RSVP to Emily Becker, Environmental Educator: Emily.Becker@parks.ny.gov.
For more information: Contact For more information about this workshop, call 718-605-3970 ext. 201, or visit the Aquatic WILD homepage.