ADULT / EDUCATOR WORKSHOPS
workshops are conducted by Burgess Society Education Director Mary
Beers, who is a Massachusetts DOE Professional Development Provider. A
certificate of completion is given for each workshop below.
Weathering and Erosion for Elementary Grades
explore how Earth’s materials are formed, shaped and relocated using
easy to understand hands-on classroom-ready activities. Be prepared for
indoor and outdoor explorations. Register for either of the following
Saturday, Oct. 15 8:30am-12:30pm FEE: $25
Project WILD Aquatic: Exploring Adaptations for Survival
Project WILD is a wildlife-focused conservation education program for
K-12 educators and their students. Project WILD is one of the most
widely-used conservation and environmental education programs. It is
based on the premise that young people and educators have a vital
interest in learning about our natural world. Join Society Education
Director and WILD Facilitator, Mary Beers, for this 6-hour workshop.
Participants receive the WILD curriculum guide. Egister for either of
the following sessions.
Saturday, Nov. 12 8:30am-3:00pm FEE: $35