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 the curriculum.  Project WILD Activity Guides provide curriculum specially designed for educators of kindergarten through high school youth.
  • “WILD About Trout” is a series of five multi-media presentations designed specifically for teachers hatching fish in classroom aquariums in the San Francisco Bay Area. Trout Habitat, trout life stages, trout diet, watersheds, and an overview of the Classroom Aquarium Education Program are presented in an easy to use, easy to adapt format. The program focuses on rainbow trout and is appropriate for use with steelhead.

Supplemental posters supporting the multi-media presentations are now included.

Both of these learning tools will be offered in one  fun, interactive, and fast-paced workshop.

Participants receive:

  • Project WILD Aquatic curriculum guide
  • WILD About Trout CD
  • Trout Posters designed for use with “WILD About Trout”
  • Lunch
  • And more…

Continuing Education Units are available for an additional $35.

This workshop is for teachers currently involved in Trout in the Classroom programs (including STEP and Steelhead in the Classroom) in the San Francisco Bay Area and have hatched fish within the past 3 years.

9:30 – 2:30 PM, Saturday, March 2nd in Santa Rosa, California.

Click HERE for information and to register.

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About Ethan Rotman

Ethan Rotman (Bayareatic) manages and coordinates programs that hatch fish in classrooms for the San Francisco Bay Area. He also chairs the committee that manages these programs throughout the state. Ethan has worked with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife for over 20 years.
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