Calling all Educators! Project Wet is offered to at no cost to educators and is an outreach program of Nature At The Confluence’s Stream Team initiative.
The program is offered and taught by Illinois American Water.
The goal of Project WET Illinois (Water Education for Teachers) is to promote the awareness, appreciation, and knowledge of Illinois’s water resources. This seminar is fun, hands-on, action-packed, and informational. WET is for anyone interested in natural resources and environmental education and is especially useful (or public and private school teachers in grades K-12. The seminar offers educators exciting new activities use in teaching science, math, language arts, social studies, and environmental studies. Each seminar participant will receive a copy of the Project WET Illinois Activity Guide, a Water is Illinois’s Best Friend· Guide, a variety of reference materials, and other innovative teaching aids to supplement and enhance leaching strategies. Project WET Illinois is made available through the cooperative efforts of public and private water management organizations in Illinois
- Welty Environmental Center is helping coordinate this program.
- Learn more about Project Wet
- The program will be held in the new Learning Center at Nature At the Confluence campus , 301 Dickop Street, South Beloit, IL.
- Please bring boots for wading in the water.
- You must pre-register to secure your spot. Registration deadline is July 28, 2017.