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1404 Goodale Boulevard, Suite 100
Columbus, OH 43212
Phone: (614) 486-9613
Fax: (614) 486-9614

Educator Workshops, Classes & Trainings



Upcoming Educator Workshops/Classes:


Wading Thru Watersheds Teacher Workshop

Let’s learn about watersheds! This hybrid Teacher Workshop takes us (via ZOOM) from the classroom to the field as we Wade Thru Watersheds to discover what they are and why they are important. From biological communities to the ways our actions impact the health of our local waterways, participants will dive into content through hands-on investigations and scientific field techniques. Featuring interdisciplinary lessons/learning activities, participants will explore the ways science, art, literacy, math and technology can be integrated to connect classroom content to our local community and environment.

 

Guest presenters for this workshop include:

Jessica Fries-Gaither, Director of Studies, & Lower School Science Teacher at Columbus School for Girls; Author Notable Notebooks: Scientists and Their Writings & Exemplary Evidence: Scientists and Their Data


Chris Yoder, Research Director at Midwest Biodiversity Institute


Marc Kibbey & Nate Shoobs, Museum of Biological Diversity, The Ohio State University


Kurt Keljo, Former Watershed Resource Specialist at Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District


Please note: This workshop will include both virtual and in-person learning opportunities. Participants should be prepared for outdoor conditions, wading into water and moderate physical activity.  For those that are not able to participate in the field experiences, accommodations will be made for virtual access to the presented content.  (Schedule subject to change depending on the current status of COVID-19). 


The registration fee includes all workshop materials. Participants will have the opportunity to pick-up their workshop materials from Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District’s office prior to the start of the workshop.  Additional details will be provided once registered. 


A minimum of 5 participants are required for this workshop to take place.  


Workshop Dates/Times


Tuesday, July 12, 2022                  9:00 AM-12:00 PM via ZOOM                                                1:30-4:30 PM Macroinvertebrate Field Study

Wednesday, July 13, 2022           9:00 AM-12:00 PM via ZOOM                                                 1:30-4:30 PM Electrofishing in the Field

Thursday, July 14, 2022                9:00 AM-12:00 PM Museum of Biological Diversity             1:30-4:30 PM Field Experience Rain Date


Registration Cost

  • $50 payable to Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District
  • Optional: 1 semester hour of credit is also available for this course through Ashland University for an additional $190


Registration


Cancellation Policy:

It is Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District’s policy not to refund registration fees, money received for products (trees, rain barrels, guides, etc.) or fees for service unless there is an error on our part. Any requests for exceptions to this policy need to be forwarded to the Director for final resolution. Any exceptions will carefully balance need for full accountability of public funds with need for good public relations.

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