Chesapeake Bay Environmental Literacy Educator Training (EnLET)
The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Literacy Educator Training (EnLET) program at SERC sponsors regular educator professional development opportunities. Trainings center on environmental issues in the Chesapeake Bay related to SERC research, and use a place-based context to connect these issues to local ecology, economy, and culture.
Upcoming opportunities are shared below. If you want to register or learn more about any of the upcoming opportunities, please contact Anna Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wetlands of the Chesapeake Bay
Are you an informal educator in the Chesapeake Bay region interested in learning more about the science of wetlands? Join SERC educators for a two-day workshop focused on wetlands of the Chesapeake Bay region. We'll explore the ecological importance of wetlands, focusing on research being conducted at SERC's Global Change Research Wetland. Additionally, we'll hear from outside experts who will share on some of the social and economic importance of wetlands. The workshop will include hands-on activities and datasets that can be brought back to your classroom.
- October 26-27, 2023 - 9:00 am - 3:30 pm each day
- Designed for informal educators
- Breakfast and lunch included
- Lodging available at no cost for out-of-town participants
- $300 stipend available for participation
- Additional stipend available for educational activity development