Resources from Environmental Education - 9/17/20
SDW EE Supports Outdoor Learning
To see detailed outdoor learning ideas, check out this slideshow.
To see a flyer that outlines our support offerings this year, check out this link.
Outdoor Learning Support Series
The Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education is offering a series of virtual conversations about bringing learning outdoors. Here's what they say about the offering:
"Get support for teaching in your place outside. In this series of chats, we will explore various topics related to outdoor education each month. We will draw on LEAF’s expertise and our network of experienced teachers to host a general Q & A, facilitate meaningful discussions, troubleshoot and share ideas amongst each other, and learn at least one hands-on activity that is easy for students to do outside or remotely. We hope to create a sounding board and idea generation place for educators to handle the emerging COVID-19 conditions."
Forestry History - Free Film
Interested in learning more about the history of our forests? You can request a 2-hour documentary (broken into 4 parts) about the U.S. Forest Service by emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome back to the 2020 -2021 school year, Earthlings. I am excited to share a few amazing opportunities with you that are happening within the space world. These are extension activities slated over the next weeks and beyond.
First, are you interested in listening to a story beyond our atmosphere? Make sure to check out this website to tune into story time from space. Second, are you an artist or enjoy incorporating art into your everyday learning environment? Here is a unique artwork contest for all you space lovers. Make sure to finish your design by October 28th, 2020. Lastly, this link includes numerous free live-streaming opportunities about the various science themes taught throughout the schooling journey. Next week's livestream is geared towards K- 2nd grade, where the topic is the moon. What an amazing outreach opportunity for the 1st grade scholars.