New technologies are at the center of the latest offerings, including
- webinars on WikiWatershed.org and the Model My Watershed online GIS tool
- workshops that aim to instill the knowledge and skills for instructors to conduct stream studies in their local communities and submit their data to the international Leaf Pack Network database
- in-person workshop updating teachers on the latest technology in environmental education by Chester County Intermediate Unit staff development specialist Tricia Egner
The CCIU partnership is also new to Stroud.
“The Stroud Center is in a unique position to offer hands-on, inquiry-based professional development in science and environmental education,” Director of Education Steve Kerlin said.
Participating educators will receive certificates for professional development hours completed.
Read more about the new trainings on the Stroud website here.