ADV - The Watershed Game Training for the Minnesota Master Naturalists
Minneapolis, MN 55418-3329
Become trained as a Watershed Game Instructors by participate in a demonstration and hands-on workshop for the Classroom Version of the Watershed Game. This workshop targets K-12 teachers and informal water, environment, natural resource educators and professional staff, and volunteer instructors, such as Master Gardeners, Master Naturalist, Master Water Stewards, and 4H club leaders.
The Watershed Game is an interactive, educational tool that helps individuals understand the connection between land use and water quality. Participants learn how a variety of land uses impact water and natural resources, increase their knowledge of best management practices (BMPs), and learn how their choices can prevent adverse impacts. Participants apply the tools of plans, practices, and policies that help them achieve clean water goals for protection and restoration while providing for community growth.
Workshop goals: Workshop will train participants to use the Watershed Game including the new Classroom Version designed for use in middle to high school classrooms by formal teachers and informal science educators. The Minnesota Sea Grant and Minnesota Extension Program present the Watershed Game.
Watershed Game website northlandnemo.org/watershedgame.html
Select one of the following options:
$45 Training and demonstration only (includes morning refreshments, lunch and training materials)
$80 Training and a copy of the WSG Classroom Version (includes morning refreshments, lunch, training materials, and a copy of the Classroom Version)
Participants can purchase a copy of the Game when registering or after the training at their discretion. Questions can be directed to John Bilotta, firstname.lastname@example.org 612.624.7708
Instructors John Bilotta Cindy Hagley Extension Educator Extension Educator Minnesota Sea Grant & Minnesota Extension Minnesota Sea Grant Phone: 612-624-7708 Phone: 218-726-8713 Email: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The course cost is $45 and includes course manuals and supplies.
Meeting from 10:00 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. on:
- Friday, April 28, 2017
Dr. Stephan Carlson. Dr. Carlson has worked for the U of M Extension and the College of Food Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences for the last 25 years doing outreach and teaching classes in environmental education (EE) and interpretation. He has worked in the fields of EE, outdoor recreation, informal science education and environmental interpretation for the past 35 years. In addition to his work teaching interpretation, he also teaches Science and Math summer school on the White Earth Indian Reservation. His research is on understanding the components that informal science experiences have on young people and how to develop quality programs that incorporate these components in environmental education.
University of MN Extension
Seats Taken: 5 of 30