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January Thaw: An Environmental Education Workshop January 26, 2008 from 9:00am—5:00pm

Leopold Education Project, Project Learning Tree with Secondary Modules & Project WILD

Geese Return: More EE Opportunities March 8, 2008 from 9:00 am—5:00 pm
Project WET, WET in the City & Project WILD Aquatic
This is a professional development opportunity for formal and non-formal educators being offered by the Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education, Johnson County Pheasants Forever, and Ernie Miller Nature Center. During this workshop, participants will be introduced to materials that provide investigations and activities related to water and watersheds, wildlife, energy, natural reThis is not just a workshop for science sources, land, backyard wildlife, habitats, and more. Day One will include training in teachers! It is for anyone interested in Leopold Education Project, Project Learning Tree with Secondary Modules, & Proexploring literature, math, social ject WILD. Day Two will include training in Project WET, WET in the City, & Project studies, service learning, art, or science using water as a learning tool! WILD Aquatic. One of the main goals of quality environmental education is to teach students how to think, not what to think. If you are a formal or non-formal educator looking for fun, hands-on, cross-curricular activities that will help turn your students into thinkers, then this is the workshop for you! Participants attending January Thaw will receive activity guides for Leopold Education Project, Project Learning Tree, & Project WILD. Participants attending Geese Return will receive activity guides for Project WET & Project WILD Aquatic. Prorated tuition is available for those who have participated in portions of the workshop previously.

Information on Graduate Credit: Individuals may attend one or both workshops. Individuals attending both workshops are eligible for graduate credit (additional cost).

To register or receive additional information, please contact: Beth Carreno Coordinator of Education Programs 2610 Claflin Rd. Manhattan, KS 66502 bcarreno@kacee.org Phone: 785-233-4721 Fax: 1-866-483-6401 www.kacee.org

January Thaw: An Environmental Education Workshop Geese Return: More EE Opportunities Name: ___________________________________________________________________ School/Organization: ________________________________________________________ Address: __________________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip:_______________________________________________________________ Home/Cell Phone: ________________________ Work Phone: _______________________ Email: ______________________________ Grade Level Taught (if applicable): _________ These workshops will be held from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm on Saturdays, January 26, 2008 & March 8, 2008 at the Ernie Miller Nature Center in Olathe. Lunch is included with registration. I will attend: _____ January Thaw (1/26) $50 _____ Geese Return (3/8) $50 _____ Both Programs (1/26 & 3/8) - attend both days for reduced fee of $90

Payment Included (payable to KACEE) _____ Invoice Me _____