MAEOE is offering professional development to help meet the requirement of 10% of teachers need PD on the MD Green School application.
Using Your School as a Laboratory: Student Led Investigation of Air Quality and Energy
The Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (MAEOE) announces future dates for “Using Your School as a Laboratory: Student Led Investigation of Air Quality and Energy.” The goal of this course is to give educators the resources, the knowledge, and experience necessary to guide students to complete indoor air quality and energy conservation student sustainable practices in school environment.
“This was the best professional development I have ever attended! These topics are relevant to all students and I walked away with activities that I know I can use with my students and they will love them! I am so thrilled to get to offer these new experiences to my students.” – Teacher participant
Teachers can earn 1 MSDE continuing education credit for participating by completing the online pre-workshop material (3 hours) , the in-service workshop (8 hours), and the post workshop project (4 hours).
Date: December 2017, Location, date, and time to be announced.
Project Learning Tree: Carbon and Climate E-Unit
MAEOE is excited to offer Project Learning Tree’s E-Unit: Carbon and Climate. This full day workshop counts as PD for the MAEOE Green School Application. In the morning, participants will go over guidelines of the MAEOE MD Green School application. During the afternoon, participants will participate in Project Learning Tree’s: Carbon and Climate E-Unit. Perhaps more than any other environmental issue, the topic of climate change challenges science teachers to accurately convey data, reveal assumptions, and engage critical-thinking skills. The Carbon & Climate E-Unit provides activities and resources to help educators meet these challenges, introducing students to some of the complex issues involved in climate change.
Dates will be announced in early August. Participation in this PD will also allow educators to apply for PLT’s GreenWorks Grants.