The struggle to preserve America's wildlife is an amazing tale of national and natural history. It is a story of what we can accomplish when we work together toward a common goal. And it provides an engaging context to integrate science and American history in the classroom.
Join the Arizona Game and Fish Department as we provide a brief history of wildlife conservation in North America. Then, you will have the opportunity to experience a FREE curriculum that will help you bring this story to your students.
The curriculum is intended for high school science and social studies classrooms. It consists of five interactive lessons set to state and national standards.
Currently, there are two sessions being offered, with more likely to be added throughout the year. Each session begins at 6pm and will last for approximately two hours. A certificate for 2 hours of continuing education credit will be provided.
Participation is free but registration is required. Space is limited. Specific workshop information will be provided to registered participants as the date approaches.
For questions, contact Eric Proctor at firstname.lastname@example.org
To register, complete and submit the form below.