Aquatic and Marine Science for Today’s Classroom Teacher


Date: May 4th and 11th, 2013
The National Aquarium, Washington, DC, invites educators in the District of Columbia metropolitan region to participate in this free, stipend-based program. Participating teachers receive a stipend of $50 or $100 depending on the program; classroom materials, such as reference books and posters; a curriculum guide developed specifically for each program; and free instructional workshops. Participants will explore topics related to the diversity of life, freshwater ecosystems, marine ecosystems, major animal groups. They will also learn how to incorporate marine and aquatic science into curriculum, how to utilize the National Aquarium as a classroom resource, and discover other resources that are available and how to use them.  This two day workshop will be held on May 4th and 11th. Space is limited to 12 participants for each session, and sessions are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Early application is encouraged.

For more information and to register visit the aquarium website here.

Date/Time
05/04/2013 - 05/11/2013
12:00 am

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Location
National Aquarium, Washington, D.C.

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