Join Green & Healthy Schools and energy experts from across the state for virtual learning this year! Recommended for students in grades 6 to 12. Events include 30-minute speaker presentations and 15 minutes for Q&A. Participate as a classroom or from home.
Events are free, but registration is required to participate live.
These ~$250 grants are designed to support Ideas that showcase how students can learn science at home either in a digital manner or with physical take-home supplies/media. All applicants will be expected to submit a grant application between Friday August 21 at 5 pm - Sunday, August 23 at 9 PM. The application must be 500 words or less. Selected grants will be announced and awarded by the end of September.
From WAEE " Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education"
We are working in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) to provide support for outdoor learning and we invite you to join us for two conversations to help identify needs for this upcoming school year.
Time is of the essence and we will convene our first conversation on Friday, August 14, from 1-3 via Zoom. Outcomes for the c...
This summer WSST will have two opportunities for "Science on Tap" hosted by members of Wisconsin's Green Fire. Join us through zoom
The first session will be "Nitrate in Wisconsin, Your County, and Your Home" by Jimmy VandenBrook on July 16th at 7pm. The focus of the evening will be understanding nitrate in the environment, its health effects, why it is the most widespread contaminant of drinking water in Wisconsin, and...
Teacher grants: three $1,000 grants for K-12 teachers in order to promote the use of technology and online tools in the classroom. We appreciate all that our teachers do, especially in these trying times. To apply, instructors need to submit a unique lesson plan explaining how they would use technology to teach social responsibility to their students.
More information about this opportunity can be found here: https...