Professional Development Opportunities
Watershed Access Lab provides a variety of professional development opportunities for educators, including workshops based on national acclaimed interdisciplinary environmental programs, trainings for our on-site module, “Does This Parking Lot Look Green to You?”, as well as trainings on various techniques used in water quality assessment.
To find dates and registration information for all of our upcoming professional development opportunities, visit the Center for the Advancement of STEM Education’s Teacher Page.
Semester Long Courses:
NSCI 521: Watersheds course at Bridgewater State University is a fall semester interdisciplinary course training teachers to use watershed assessment, water quality monitoring, and biomonitoring as tools in environmental education promoting watershed stewardship.
Teachers participating in a project through NSCI 521 receive 4 graduate credits.