Whether you are a classroom teacher, home schooling parent, museum or informal science educator, the Zoo’s Education Department curriculum workshops are geared to help you engage your students in environmental education.
Project Learning Tree's mission is to use the forest as a "window on the world" to increase students' understanding of our complex environment; stimulate critical and creative thinking; develop the ability to make informed decisions on environmental issues; and instill the confidence and commitment to take responsible action. All participants will receive a K-8 curriculum guide.
Project WILD is an interdisciplinary standards based conservation and environmental education curriculum emphasizing wildlife. The program is designed for educators of kindergarten through 12th grade students. Project WILD capitalizes on the natural interest that students have for wildlife by providing hands on activities that enhance student learning in all subject and skill areas. All Participants will receive the Project WILD curriculum guide.
In compliance with CDC guidelines we are limiting capacity and adhering to physical distancing guidelines. We are also requiring that all workshop participants adhere to the following safety procedures:
The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens Education Staff are trained facilitators on the following national curriculums:
If you have a group of educators (minimum 10) and would like to schedule a private workshop please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 904.757.4463 ext 202
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