Water Education for Teachers (Project WET) is the premier water education curriculum taught by teachers across the globe. You’ll leave this workshop equipped with the skills to effectively teach standards-aligned lessons about one of Earth’s most precious resources: water! We’ll cover drinking water, water quality, and wastewater in this one-day teacher training workshop, including local examples from the Puget Sound Region.
This training will be geared towards 4th - 9th-grade teachers, but all grade levels are welcome to attend. Due to funding source requirements, teachers must reside or teach in King County, Snohomish County, or Camano Island. Pre-Service Teachers and informal educators welcome and encouraged to attend!
Take a guided tour of the Brightwater Treatment Facility.
Receive hands-on demos to become trained in Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) Curriculum.
Take home the Project WET 2.0 curriculum guidebook (with hundreds of lessons) and gain exclusive access to the online teacher portal - full of resources that you can use in your classroom.
Get connected with your local Conservation District and learn about local initiatives to protect waterways and Puget Sound.
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