Arizona –-(Ammoland.com)- Registration is now open for four educator workshops that will be taking place during the Spring 2017 semester.
All workshops are free.
Registrations is required. Check out the information below.
Saturday, January 21, 2017 – Fostering Outdoor Observation Skills: Observation is a fundamental skill for students to be able to do science. In this workshop, we will provide tips and tricks to help connect children with nature while engaging their senses. For more information, visit http://tiny.cc/outdoorobservations.
Saturday, February 25, 2017 – Fostering Outdoor Inquiry Skills: Inquiry is the cornerstone of science and science education. However, inquiry centered around wildlife and habitats can be a challenge. In this workshop, we will explore outdoor inquiry skills in order to show students that science does not just happen in a lab or classroom. For more information, visit http://tiny.cc/outdoorinquiry.
Saturday, April 22, 2017 – Building Literacy through Wildlife: In this engaging, hands-on workshop, we will introduce educators to practical techniques and ideas to integrate reading and writing into science instruction, with an emphasis on wildlife. Both fiction and non-fiction readings will be used to engage participants. In addition, a variety of science writing skills will be covered. For more information, visit http://tiny.cc/azgfdliteracy.
Saturday, May 20, 2017 – Using Primary Source Documents to Understand Wildlife Management: In this workshop, we will provide a brief history of wildlife conservation in North America and explore unique ways to bring this story to your students by using primary source documents. For more information, visit http://tiny.cc/primarysourceworkshop.