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Project Learning Tree: Energy in Ecosystems Workshop for Teachers: Grades 3-5

 

Description: Teach the standards and have fun? Absolutely! Designed for 3rd-5th grade teachers, the new Energy in Ecosystems e-unit by Project Learning Tree investigates ways in which organisms depend on each other to survive and thrive. Students focus on forests (one of the largest and most complex types of ecosystems) and come to understand some of the interactions present in all ecosystems. In doing so, they learn to appreciate the natural systems on which we depend and begin to widen their circle of compassion to include all of nature. All lessons in this unit are correlated to NGSS.  
Date: 12/7/2017
Time:9:00 AM - 1:30 PM 
Location:CFPA Headquarters
 16 Meriden Road
 Middlefield
Accessibility:On-street handicapped parking available, wheelchair accessible, for additional needs contact 860.346-2372.
Sponsor:CT DEEP & CFPA
Fee:$35.00
Registration:Yes. To register please visit: https://www.ctwoodlands.org/environmental-education/energy-and-ecosystems-plt-workshop-registration-form
Contact:Emma Kravet (860) 346-2372
Contact Email:ekravet@ctwoodlands.org
Details:Inclement weather postpones to a date TBD. Please bring a lunch and clothes/footwear for going outside. Weather permitting, some of the activities will take place outdoors at CFPA's Highlawn Forest.


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