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 Teachers on the Estuary (TOTE)

Oregon Coast Education Program Workshops

The Oregon Coast Education Program (OCEP) is offering a multi-day workshop in Charleston, Oregon this summer. This workshop is for teachers from around Oregon who are interested in teaching more about the ocean, and who want to incorporate more watershed and coastal field experiences into their teaching.

Come to the coast this summer to learn about how the Oregon Coast Education Program (OCEP) can support you and your students with best practices in coastal and marine education! Educators will take part in an in-depth experience to explore the practice of science in a diversity of coastal habitats in Charleston. Topics include coastal ecology and habitats, impacts and solutions, climate change, working with data sets and making connections to the Next Generation Science Standards. Workshop includes materials, meals, and 3 nights of dorm-style lodging.


June 27 – 30, 2016
Science Educators
Grades 6-12
Charleston, Oregon
Register: http://bit.ly/1JxNGiK

 

*Registration fee: $90 per person or $75 for NAME members

*Current NAME members receive a discount on registration. Professional development units and graduate credits will be available through Portland State University (at your expense).

For more information contact Cait Goodwin, cait.goodwin@oregonstate.edu

Following the workshop, OCEP coordinators will be available to support you as you implement your coastal education plan during the school year. Teachers who implement a CEP are required to complete an evaluation and will receive a stipend at the conclusion of the 2016-17 school year.

For more information about OCEP, visit the Northwest Aquatic and Marine Educators (NAME) website: http://www.pacname.org/OCEP/ocep_about.shtml



Teacher Workshops


Aquatic Wild at the South Slough

Date:  April 23rd, 2016

Audience:  K-8 Educators

Curricula: The NEW Aquatic WILD

 

Description:  This workshop will feature the new Aquatic WILD guide for the first time in Oregon held at the beautiful and research relevant South Slough.  Come discover adventure with us as we use field investigations and activities to explore Next Generation Science Standard concepts and content.

 

Registration: http://onrep.forestry.oregonstate.edu/workshops​

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