Want to engage your students with science and research in an outdoor field setting?
Need to meet your Meaningful Watershed Education Experience goals?
We offer hands-on education programs that focus on the practices of science, aligning with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), Science Literacy Standards (SLS), Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs), and supporting Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEEs). Students actively participate in activities by asking questions, collecting and analyzing data, and constructing explanations about what they find.
- SERC Research
- Watersheds and Shoreline Connections
- Food Webs of the Bay
- General SERC Research Introduction tours/talks
- Bay Sharks
- Blue Crab Hydraulics
- Canoe Expeditions with learning stops and lunch on the water
- Exploring Nature and Animal Adaptations
We accommodate K to 12 ages and grades. Trips are usually 2-4.5 hours and we can hold up to 60 students a day. We also offer teacher professional development opportunities as one day trip or up three days of trainings.
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