Programs & Events

Educator Trek: Loving the Life Cycle

Program Number: 
None
Program Type: 
Workshop or Trip
Date: 
Mar. 5, 2015 | Thursday, 4:30pm
Multiple Times: 
Thurs., March 5, 2015, 4:30 - 9pm
Requirements: 
For educators only*
Location: Museum of Natural Sciences
Fee: 
$25 (includes transportation and two field guides)

North Carolina has an incredible diversity of amphibian species. These fascinating animals usually spend some portion of their life in water and on land, undergo metamorphosis, and serve an important role in ecosystem health. Join us as we explore some of our amazing frogs, toads, and salamanders, including our state salamander, the marbled salamander. Participate in amphibian activities you can use in your classroom. Then take a night walk to look for some them and explore their wetland habitats. This workshop will happen rain or shine (amphibians love the rain!).

Get credit!

Participants receive a certificate for CEUs and credit for North Carolina's Environmental Education Certification Program.

Get signed up!

 Educator Trek Registration Form (PDF) – Complete, print and mail this form to register for Educator Treks. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email and/or mailed receipt. Workshop details will be sent via email one to two weeks prior to the workshop.

*This program is restricted to educators: classroom teachers and assistants (any grade/subject), administrators, pre-service or substitute teachers; non-formal educators such as park and nature center staff & volunteers; anyone working on their NC Environmental Education certification.

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For more information about teacher education programs, contact Melissa Dowland at 919.707.9898.