Professional Development Workshop for Educators: Teaching Students with Nature in the City
Studies show exposure to the outdoors and even just images of nature improve learning outcomes. Environmental Education can help teachers meet curriculum standards while connecting children to meaningful experiences with nature. Activities include relevant environmental concepts that fit into your curriculum goals.
Join us for a workshop specially designed for teachers in urban schools: Nature is Everywhere!
We will share how to leverage lessons about Atlanta’s urban forest and ecology to engage your students. If your school is currently a Trees Atlanta Urban TreeTracker (UTT) participating school, this program will work in conjunction with our in-school lessons. All APS teachers and educators are invited to attend this workshop (registration required). Workshop participants will learn how to enroll new schools into the UTT program and receive in-school educator visits during the school year, plus other benefits.
Co-facilitated by: Trees Atlanta Education Team and
Dr. Natalie King, Science Education Faculty Georgia State University
Workshop also includes:
Environmental Education Worksheets
Tools & Materials for your classroom
All lessons and activities are standards-aligned
Please register by April 20 so that we may order teacher classroom materials for everyone. Registrations are accepted until April 26 however late registrations may not receive classroom materials day of workshop.RSVP Now