Project WET is Water Education Today. The mission of Project WET is to advance water education to understand global challenges and inspire local solutions. Among many things, Project WET provides curriculum and resources focused on water education. The centerpiece of Project WET is the K-12 Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide.
Through an innovative partnership with the Kentucky Division of Water (KDOW), KAEE provides the daily operational activities of Project WET in Kentucky. KDOW serves as the Host Institution of Project WET and provide essential funding for the program as well as a limited number of teacher stipends and curricula guides. For more information, contact Kentucky's State Co-Coordinators for Project WET: Brittany Wray, KAEE Education Director, and Joanna Ashford, KDOW Environmental Control Supervisor.
The Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 Online Training is a digital interactive workshop for educators who are unable to attend an in-person Project WET workshop. The Online Training gives educators information about Project WET and leads them through activities from Guide 2.0. It also includes required workshop components such as practice teaching, information on educational standards related to Guide 2.0 and internet resources, all in a self-paced, interactive format. At the completion of the Online Training, educators will receive a print copy of the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 and certification as a Project WET educator.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in the WET 2.0 online training to receive the access code required to purchase the training.