Project WILD Educator Workshops
Thank you for your interest in a Project WILD Educator Workshop. This award-winning program provides a means for educators to teach important environmental and conservation concepts. Over 19,000 Georgia teachers have attended WILD workshops to investigate the teaching strategies of Project WILD, to experience exciting hands-on activities, and to learn more about wildlife and the environment.
At the one-day workshops, participants receive a set of supplementary activity guides which includes a basic guide and an aquatic activity guide. The Project WILD materials have been classroom tested and provide a framework to assist teachers in taking students from an awareness of the nature to responsible actions concerning the environment.
FEE: A small registration fee of $25 per participant covers the cost of the workshop.
We have workshops scheduled throughout the state on a regular basis. If you do not see a nearby workshop listed below, please contact the Project WILD office for information. Also, we would be happy to schedule a workshop for a minimum of 15 participants. If proper arrangements are made, staff development credit can be given for teacher recertification.
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