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Arts Integration Project / Aquatic WILD Educator Workshop

PAInT and USFSM Go WILD! The Florida Center for Partnerships for Arts Integrated Teaching (PAInT) at USFSM will host Project WILD/Aquatic Workshop on July 30, 2019. USFSM professor, Dr. Edie Banner will facilitate the workshop using curriculum by the Florida Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. The Project WILD/Aquatic workshop runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Selby Auditorium. The workshop is based on arts integration principles— “Arts integration is a diversity of knowledge, programs, experiences, and inspirations that bring meaning to ideas and content through human interactions.” Dr. Edie Banner will incorporate art and science with the environment. Dr. Denise Davis-Cotton will lead a session on art integration pedagogy. The Project WILD/Aquatic workshop engages educators in hands-on, teacher-friendly wildlife-based conservation and environmental instructional activities. Teachers will focus on Florida’s wildlife and habitat. Upon completion of the workshop, teachers will receive the WILD/Aquatic curriculum and activity guides that contain innovative and interdisciplinary ready-to-use classroom and outdoor activities. This workshop is open to K-12 Florida educators. The $10 registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, and free curriculum materials. Space is limited. Registration deadline is July 15, 2019.
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