Outdoor Learning Symposium
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 || 9 am - 4 pm
Frederick Douglass High School
2000 Winchester Rd., Lexington, KY
Cost: Free || Lunch: Provided
Are school grounds solely places for children to let off steam during recess (if it still exists) or could they serve a broader function as interdisciplinary educational resources to extend the classroom?
This symposium is designed with a specific audience in mind. We invite K-12 administrator AND teacher teams to attend, learn, and earn. Teams may consist of more than one teacher, but there must be an administrator (principal, curriculum coach, etc.) in order to register.
Schools represented by a team of at least one teacher and one administrator will be eligible to apply for a mini grant up to $250 or a Project WET workshop for up to 10 teachers at their school.
The cost is free, but the return is worth far more than what you'll pay for it. Lunch is provided, EILA credits are available for administrators, as well as PD credit for teachers. Join us for an amazing day of networking and planning with fellow teachers, administrators, and community partners!