The Techniques for Teachers workshop series introduces teachers to various skills that are used in wildlife biology and outdoor recreation. After learning the basic techniques, participants discuss strategies for incorporating the skills into their classroom instruction.
Join us this Fall as we highlight two important techniques for documenting nature:
- In "Keeping a Field Notebook," we will provide tips and tricks for writing and maintaining a successful scientific field notebook. In addition to general discussions on organization and materials, we will explore the difference between field notebook and journals. Participants will also receive valuable resources for bringing real field notebooks into the classroom.
- In "Digital Photography," we will discuss basic camera function and how to setup the perfect shot. Participants will learn how to incorporate photography into existing and new lessons.
Both workshops will take place on Saturday, October 19, 2013 in the Phoenix area. "Keeping a Field Notebook" will take place from 8am until 12pm and "Digital Photography" will run from 1pm until 5pm. Participants can sign up for one or both of the workshops and a certificate for 4 hours of continuing education credit will be provided for each one.
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.
PLEASE NOTE: THESE WORKSHOPS ARE CURRENTLY FULL. WE ARE TAKING REGISTRATIONS TO FILL A WAITING LIST. IF ANY CANCELLATIONS OCCUR, WE WILL PULL FROM THOSE ON THE WAITING LIST.