Training Workshops

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Alabama Rivers Educator Workshop - Lee Co (Science Focus)
Open Seats 24
2020-6-25
9:00 am
-4:00 pm
Alabama Rivers Educator Workshop -Lee Co (Social Studies Focus)
Open Seats 25
2020-7-15
9:00 am
-4:00 pm
Alabama Rivers Educator Workshop - Lee Co (Art Focus)
Open Seats 25
2020-7-16
9:00 am
-2020-7-15
4:00 pm
Water Chemistry Monitoring Workshop - Colbert Co.
Open Seats 18
2020-10-21
9:00 am
-4:00 pm

Alabama Rivers Educator Workshop - Lee Co (Science Focus)


Jun 25,2020 - Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Alabama Rivers Book Workshops, funded by MidSouth RC&D and based on Dr. Bill Deutsch’s book Alabama Rivers, A Celebration & Challenge, are ideal for educators, outreach specialists, classroom teachers, and volunteers who work with 4th-12th grades. Morning instruction will take place predominately in the classroom. Workshop facilitators will provide:
  • An overview of the Alabama Rivers book
  • Instruction in how to use the curriculum
  • Demonstrations of how to conduct several of the lessons
In the afternoon, participants will tour Auburn University's E.W. Shell Fisheries Station and engage in science-related programming. Participants who complete this Alabama Rivers Book Workshop will receive:
  • Certification as an Alabama Rivers Educator
  • Copy of Alabama Rivers, A Celebration and Challenge by Dr. Bill Deutsch
  • Copy of An Educator’s Guide to Alabama Rivers
  • Access to online digital resources
  • Continuing Education Units from Auburn University and Professional Development Units from PowerSchool
  • Lunch (provided by Legacy, Inc.)
The Workshop Registration Fee is $25. Refunds will be given up to two weeks before the workshop. Your registration is not complete until your fee is received. You can pay online in the pages that follow, or mail a check to: Alabama Water Watch 559 Devall Dr. Auburn, AL 36849 Please contact the AWW Office with any questions. awwprog@auburn.edu 334-844-4785 This workshop is sponsored by MidSouth RC&D and Legacy, Inc.

Location

Lee County Historical Society
6500 Stage Rd
Loachapoka, AL 36865

Event Fees:

Registration Fee $ 25.00

Alabama Rivers Educator Workshop -Lee Co (Social Studies Focus)


Jul 15,2020 - Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Alabama Rivers Book Workshops, funded by MidSouth RC&D and based on Dr. Bill Deutsch’s book Alabama Rivers, A Celebration & Challenge, are ideal for educators, outreach specialists, classroom teachers, and volunteers who work with 4th-12th grades. Morning instruction will take place predominately in the classroom. Workshop facilitators will provide:
  • An overview of the Alabama Rivers book
  • Instruction in how to use the curriculum
  • Demonstrations of how to conduct several of the lessons
In the afternoon, participants will tour Auburn University's Museum of Natural History and engage in social science-related programming as it pertains to Alabama Rivers. Participants who complete this Alabama Rivers Book Workshop will receive:
  • Certification as an Alabama Rivers Educator
  • Copy of Alabama Rivers, A Celebration and Challenge by Dr. Bill Deutsch
  • Copy of An Educator’s Guide to Alabama Rivers
  • Access to online digital resources
  • Continuing Education Units from Auburn University and Professional Development Units from PowerSchool
The Workshop Registration Fee is $25. Refunds will be given up to two weeks before the workshop. Your registration is not complete until your fee is received. You can pay online in the pages that follow, or mail a check to: Alabama Water Watch 559 Devall Dr. Auburn, AL 36849 Please contact the AWW Office with any questions. awwprog@auburn.edu 334-844-4785 This workshop is sponsored by MidSouth RC&D.

Location

Lee County Historical Society
6500 Stage Rd
Loachapoka, AL 36865

Event Fees:

Registration Fee $ 25.00

Alabama Rivers Educator Workshop - Lee Co (Art Focus)


Jul 16,2020 - Jul 15,2020 Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Alabama Rivers Book Workshops, funded by MidSouth RC&D and based on Dr. Bill Deutsch’s book Alabama Rivers, A Celebration & Challenge, are ideal for educators, outreach specialists, classroom teachers, and volunteers who work with 4th-12th grades. Morning instruction will take place predominately in the classroom. Workshop facilitators will provide:
  • An overview of the Alabama Rivers book
  • Instruction in how to use the curriculum
  • Demonstrations of how to conduct several of the lessons
In the afternoon, participants will tour Auburn University's Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art and engage in art-related programming as it pertains to Alabama Rivers. Participants who complete this Alabama Rivers Book Workshop will receive:
  • Certification as an Alabama Rivers Educator
  • Copy of Alabama Rivers, A Celebration and Challenge by Dr. Bill Deutsch
  • Copy of An Educator’s Guide to Alabama Rivers
  • Access to online digital resources
  • Continuing Education Units from Auburn University and Professional Development Units from PowerSchool
The Workshop Registration Fee is $25. Refunds will be given up to two weeks before the workshop. Your registration is not complete until your fee is received. You can pay online in the pages that follow, or mail a check to: Alabama Water Watch 559 Devall Dr. Auburn, AL 36849 Please contact the AWW Office with any questions. awwprog@auburn.edu 334-844-4785 This workshop is sponsored by MidSouth RC&D.

Location

Lee County Historical Society
6500 Stage Rd
Loachapoka, AL 36865

Event Fees:

Registration Fee $ 25.00

Water Chemistry Monitoring Workshop - Colbert Co.


Oct 21,2020 - Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Trainers: AWW Staff Workshop Contact Email: awwprog@auburn.edu Workshop Contact Phone: 334-844-4785 Workshop Location:  Tuscumbia Roundhouse and Depot 204 W 5th St Tuscumbia, AL 35674 Workshop Description: Become a certified volunteer water quality monitor! Learn how to test physical and chemical characteristics of water to determine pollution sources and long-term trends in water quality. Six variables (pH, Total Hardness, Total Alkalinity, Air & Water Temperature, Dissolved Oxygen, Turbidity/Secchi Disk Depth) are measured with a customized test kit, and results can be compared with water quality standards that define conditions for healthy waterbodies. There will be a short break for lunch. Please bring a sack lunch and water bottle. If the weather is good, we will be outdoors for field work. Wear clothes and shoes you don't mind getting muddy.

Location

Tuscumbia Roadhouse and Depot
204 W 5th St
Tuscumbia, AL 35674

Event Fees:

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