Wildlife Workshop 2017

Children sitting on grass outside.

The Nature of Teaching Wildlife Workshop is a one-day program worth 8 Professional Growth Plan Points.

This is a workshop hosted by Purdue University and Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife for K-5 educators and administrators interested in integrating natural resource activities in their classroom.
 

Daily Agenda

Time
9:00am
9:15am
9:45am
10:45am
11:15am
12:00pm
12:30pm
1:00pm
2:00pm
3:00pm
3:30pm
4:30pm
5:00pm
Activities
Welcome & Introductions
Overview: Benefits of Outdoor Education
Nature Hike
Food Web Lecture
Food Web Activity
Lunch
Mammals of Maine
Animal Tracking & Scent Stations Lecture
Check Scent Stations & Camera Traps
Eco-llapse Ecosystem Game
Grade Level Collaborations
Wrap-Up
Depart
Please send your $25 check (made payable to Department of Forestry and Natural Resources) to:
Dr. Rod Williams
Purdue University
195 Marstellar Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907​
 
August 8: Kennebec County
Workshop Waiting List: Contact Robert Cordes, Robert.Cordes@maine.gov.​
Viles (Pine Tree State) Arboretum
153 Hospital Street, Augusta, Maine
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Foresty and Natural Resources, 195 Marstellar Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2053 USA, (765) 494-3568

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