Come learn about some of Georgia’s amazing aquatic habitats through interactive lessons from Georgia Native Waters and
Project WET. The workshop will include a combination of hands-on activities from the two curricula, exhibit tours, and group
discussion to promote awareness, conservation, and appreciation of Georgia’s natural habitats.
Location: Georgia Aquarium
225 Baker Street, Atlanta, GA 30313
Date: Friday, February 11, 2011 from 3:30 PM – 8:30 PM and
Saturday, February 12, 2010 from 8:00 AM – 4:000 PM
*All participants must attend both days. One PLU is available
Targeted Audience: Workshop will be geared for educators of grades 2 – 5. However, all classroom teachers are
Registration fee: $25.00 per person for curricula, resource materials, dinner and lunch and access to the aquarium
Deadline for registration is January 31, 2010. Register early, as there are only 20 spaces. Directions and program
details mailed out upon registration.
Georgia’s Native Waters: Designed to be more than conservation education, it is an interdisciplinary set of environmental
education lessons and over 55 activities for kindergarten through twelfth grade students that inspire them to apply classroom
knowledge to real-world situations through the investigation of many of Georgia’s amazing aquatic ecosystems, while at the
same time connecting how community values can impact these areas.
Project WET facilitates and promotes awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through the
dissemination of classroom-ready teaching aids. The curriculum guide contains over 90 broad-based water resource activities
that were developed and field-tested by over 600 educators and resource managers working with 34,000 students nationwide.
Questions or registration information: Please call Kim Morris-Zarneke at 404-591-4192 or
email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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