Join environmental educators from around the country July 16-21, 2-17 for a dynamic and fun-filled residential program on Audubon’s famed Hog Island, in the scenic mid-coast area of Maine. 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 share their favorite approaches, methods, and activities for engaging you – and your students – with nature.
Check out our extensive website at http://hogisland.audubon.org.
Two limited scholarship funds are available: one for teachers of color as part of Audubon’s Diversity Inclusion initiative, and one open to all teachers. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on diversity funds.
For more information, contact camp Program Manager Eva Matthews at email@example.com.