Designed for both science and non-science educators, this session will generate exciting ideas for creating and incorporating environmental education activities into your curriculum and teaching.
Our inspiring and experienced instructors will discuss the latest trends in environmental
education, such as ``nature deficit disorder``, and will be sharing their favorite approaches,
methods, and activities for engaging children with nature. Workshops using techniques in
art, music, theater, journaling, and other disciplines will be presented, as well as a host of
classic Audubon Camp field trips. We`ll visit the nearby restored Atlantic Puffin and seabird
colony, as well as explore Hog Island`s untouched spruce forest, and its rich intertidal zones.
Great networking opportunities and delicious home-cooking will make this a memorable and
If your housing choice has sold out, fill out this form to add your name to the waitlist: http://bit.ly/19PvfVr. In the case of a cancellation we will notify you of the upgrade options.
$100 discount for Audubon staff attending this program. Contact the registrar to receive discount (must have @audubon.org email address).
This program is only available to participants who meet the following requirements: