Project WET Workshop at Cesar Chavez Elementary

April 29, 2011
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We had a great time at Cesar Chavez Elementary School in Prince George’s County learning all about properties of water, water cycle, importance of water, water conservation, and human impacts on water. Project WET is a wonderful compilation of fantastic hands-on activities for kids to learn all about water.

The best part about professional development is having a turn being a student!

My favorite part of the workshop was the perspective that this all Latina group of teachers brought to conversations about water issues – both from their own countries of origin and from immigrant cultures. Thanks to the teachers for taking the time to learn with me, and if you want to see more pictures, check out the album on the Alice Ferguson Foundation’s Facebook page.

 

 

Quiet creative writing time in an outdoor classroom

Giving the teachers a chance to teach Aqua Bodies – a Project WET activity

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