Education

 

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Established in 1990, ProjectWET (Water Education for Teachers) is an interdisciplinary water education program which targets formal and non-formal educators and young people in grades K-12.

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A trained network of teachers, resource professionals, and citizens organize and teach Project WET workshops throughout Maryland. By familiarizing educators with current water resource issues, Project WET ultimately reaches students by incorporating interesting activities, simulations, exhibits, and models into the classroom.

After completion of a six hour training, educators are given a free Project WET curriculum and activity guide packed with 91 hands-on activities that cross many disciplines in the study of water and water resources - chemistry and physics, life science, earth systems, natural resource management, history and culture. During the workshop educators learn how to incorporate local issues into the lessons.

Perfect for 4-H Youth Development, Scouts, and other youth organizations as well, the goal of Project WET is to facilitate and promote the awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through the development and dissemination of classroom ready teaching aids.

 

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Project WET Environmental Literacy Correlations

  • Project WET Environmental Literacy Correlations - All Grades
  • Project WET Environmental Literacy Correlations – Grades K-2
  • Project WET Environmental Literacy Correlations – Grades 3-5
  • Project WET Environmental Literacy Correlations – Grades 6-8
  • Project WET Environmental Literacy Correlations – Grades 9-12
  • Project WET Alignments with Next Generation Science Standards
  • Wonders of Wetlands (WOW) Environmental Literacy Correlations
  • WOW Environmental Literacy Correlations - All Grades
  • Wonders of Wetlands (WOW) Alignments with Maryland State Curriculum
  • WOW Alignment with Maryland State Curriculum - All GradesProject WET Kid's Water Protection Guide Cover
  • National Project Wet: http://www.projectwetusa.org
  • For more information about ProjectWET, or to schedule and educator workshop, contact:

    Cindy Etgen
    410-260-8716
    cindy.etgen@maryland.gov

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    • Indicates that the program is now aligned with Marylandís new Environmental Literacy Standards!

    Contact

    • Cindy Etgen
      Aquatic Resources Education Section Chief - Chesapeake and Coastal Service
      MD Department of Natural Resources
      580 Taylor Ave., E-2
      Annapolis, MD 21401
      410-260-8716
      cindy.etgen@maryland.gov