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Protecting Our Salmon - Superstars of the Northwest for 3-5 Educators (ONLINE)

Protecting Our Salmon - Superstars of the Northwest for 3-5 Educators (ONLINE)

May 19-26 2021 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Presenters

  • Kris Vermeer
  • Shameka Gagnier

Description

Respect and responsibility for our environment is explored through analyzing the interaction of human and natural systems and subsystems. Salmon and their local ecosystems are a focus with students observing, drawing, and cutting out a template for a salmon. Paper and other recycled materials are then reused for collage salmon shapes, details, habitat, and symbols showing positive or negative human impact in ecosystem. Last, students title their art and write an artist statement.

Clock Hours: 3 STEM clock hours

Stipend: $80

Event Notes

Educators who participate in both sessions (May 19 and May 26) receive an $80 stipend and a classroom art kit with book to replicate the learning with students in their classroom.

Funding for this course made possible with the Climate Science Proviso


Dates

  • Wed, May 19 2021
    3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    Online
  • Wed, May 26 2021
    3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    Online

Registration

Event # 113259

Price
Free
Registered
31 / 31
Registration Ends
Monday May 3, 2021 5:00 PM
Registration is now closed.

Professional Hours

Clock Hour Number: SEK0770
3.00 Clock Hours $15.00
3.00 STEM

Subjects

STEM Art