Idaho STEM Pipeline - Science.Technology.Engineering.Mathematics
Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) Idaho

Project WET provides teachers and resource professionals with 15-hour accredited workshops designed to provide non-advocacy, hands-on, interdisciplinary water education materials and instruction. This program trains 250-300 teachers per year in use and application of the "Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide", ground water flow models, Enviroscapes and water history trunks.

Project WET works with the Idaho Water Education Foundation, an affiliate of the Idaho Water Users Association, to provide Idaho teachers with a 4-day, 2-credit workshops with a focus on Idaho water as a multiple use resource. These summer camps provides teachers with 2 days of Project WET in-class instruction and 2 days of field study with water resource professionals.


Category:
Program
Location:
Moscow - Variable
Target Audiences:
Other (Please Specify) Teachers
Please contact program about event date


Contact Information
University of Idaho

Dr. Julie
  Scanlin
Phone:
208-332-4414
jscanlin@uidaho.edu

http://www.uidaho.edu/research/iwrri/outreach/teachereducation