Monthly Archives: November 2012

Growing Up WILD – An Enrichment Workshop For TIC Teachers Of Younger Children

1:00–3:00 pm – Saturday, January 19th, 2013 San Rafael, CA Growing Up WILD is an early childhood education program that builds on children’s sense of wonder about nature and invites them to explore wildlife and the world around them.  Through … Continue reading

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Project WILD Aquatic and “WILD About Trout” – An Enrichment Workshop

This engaging workshop offers two great resources for teachers hatching fish in their classrooms. Project WILD Aquatic curriculum guide includes 50 classroom activities on aquatic wildlife and habitat. Participants will experience five different PWA activities and receive a copy of … Continue reading

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Using Lakes And Creeks As A Classroom – Teacher Enrichment Workshop

Learn to use a creek (or lake) as an outdoor classroom. You will learn to find and identify aquatic invertebrates, measure flow, turbidity of the water and nitrogen levels.  Other activities include creating art and poetry as well as challenges … Continue reading

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Chocolate, BAEERS, and Coffee

Share ideas, resources, and conversation with other teachers that hatch fish in classroom aquarium while enjoying hot coffee and excellent chocolate. What could possibly be better? Did you know: There are more than 400 teachers in the Bay Area hatching … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget Your Permit!

The 772 permit is the KEY to your receiving eggs to hatch. Here is how you apply for a permit to hold, hatch, and release fish in your classroom. (The application and permit is called a 772 form). Print the … Continue reading

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The Bay Area Environmental Education Resource Fair

Saturday, January 19, 2013  *  10:00-4:30  *  Marin Civic Center Exhibit Hall Discover the latest in classroom materials, environmental education programs, and field trip sites. Join in the fun and attend workshops introducing conservation and wildlife education, school gardens, and … Continue reading

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Mobile Fish Exhibit Makes A SPLASH At TIC Release Site

See The Incredible Mobile Aquarium Exhibit At Shadow Cliffs During Your Fish Release The East Bay Regional Park District is bringing its 1550 gallon mobile fish tank to Shadow Cliffs so students can see and learn about mature trout and … Continue reading

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