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Climate Change in the Gulf of Mexico

Target Audience: Educator (K-12)


Institution: Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Institutional Web Link: http://www.disl.org

Course Description: Climate Change in the Gulf of Mexico is a 3.5 day professional learning opportunity for K-12 and informal educators held at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab from July 16-July 19. The workshop consists of content delivery (by research scientists), field work, and exploration of hands-on activities suitable for the classroom/laboratory at the elementary, middle school and high school grade bands.

Course Fees and Expenses: NO FEE (registration fee refunded upon completion of workshop)

Scholarships, Fellowships, Associated with the Course: This professional learning opportunity is fully sponsored by the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium. In addition to room and board at DISL during the workshop, support includes field trip costs, tuition and resources distributed to teachers during the workshop.

Funding Source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)


How to Apply: Go to http://www.disl.org/dhp/educator-workshops/
or contact Ms. Sara Johnson at (251)861-2141 x7515 or
DHPSummer@disl.org with questions.

Application Closing Date: 07/15/2017

Course Begins: 2017-07-16

Course Ends: 2017-07-19










 






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