EVENT TRAINING WORKSHOPS: Event training workshops cover hands on exploration of all the sampling parameters and data collection techiniques for running the event at your site. The workshops focus on how to maximize student learning while engaging the students in field sampling, strengthening participants' understanding of the various tests and successful sampling techinques, and improving accuracy in data collection. We encourage you to attend one of these events as we use them for sharing ideas, dispensing supplies and networking with other Hudson River educators and enthusiasts. We scheduled several workshops in August and September in different salinity regimes and settings. To sign up for the workshops please complete and return this year's registration form either (online) (word) (pdf ) OR contact Rebecca Houser or Margie Turrin. All workshops run from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM rain or shine. Please bring your own lunch, snacks will be provided.
SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS' WORKSHOP ON THE ROLE OF SUBMERGED PLANTS IN THE HUDSON: This workshop is designed especially for our secondary school teachers but is open to other teachers who wish to infuse a higher level of sampling and working with data into their Day in the Life experience. We will cover a blend of activities from background information on valisneria (wild celery) and other submerged plants in the Hudson, some measurements and field work, data discussion, and ending with developing a curriculum piece to take into the classroom. Session runs from 9:30AM to 3:30PM. Please bring your own lunch, snacks will be provided.
SPECIAL TOPIC WORKSHOP: “HUDSON RIVER INVERTEBRATES: ECOLOGY & IDENTIFICATION”. Join us as we catch, identify and learn about some of the saltwater invertebrates in the Hudson River. Open to all teachers and educators. Session runs from 9:30AM to 3:30PM. Please bring your own lunch and water, snacks will be provided.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ANY WORKSHOP CONTACT Rebecca Houser 845-256-3115 or Margie Turrin 845-365-8494.