OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Astoria: Forest Ecology

Monday, February 26, 2018

Time:  8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Audience: PreK – 5th grade educators and non-formal educators

Curriculum and Resources:  Project Learning Tree's Pre K-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide and Project WILD's K-12 Curriculum and Activity Guide

Description: Teachers will spend time outdoors engaging in hands-on science activities that focus on forest ecology and taught in the forest or schoolyard. Teachers will explore and share tips for group management in the outdoors, logistics for field trips, alignment to NGSS standards, and incorporating math and ELA into outdoor activities. Graduate credits and PDUs will be available. Educators who participate in the entire day will receive a variety of resources including Project Learning Tree and Project WILD curriculum and guides.  Offered to Oregon Educators at no cost AND Substitute reimbursement is available on teacher workdays. This workshop also held on February 9th in Lincoln City.

Astoria-Oregon Department of Forestry District Office
Astoria, OR