Tuesday, November 26th, 2013
4:30 PM - 7:00 PM
NYU Kimmel Center, Roshenthal Pavilion
Please join New York City Soil and Water Conservation District, Wallerstein Collaborative for Urban Environmental Education at NYU Steinhardt and The River Project at New York City Outdoors! An Environmental Education Expo.
The Expo showcases the environmental education resources for New York City teachers and educators, in hopes that more children will have the opportunity to experience and learn about the natural features of our city. Over thirty different organizations, such as the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, Staten Island Botanical Garden, and NYC Department of Sanitation, will be exhibiting their in-class or field trip environmental education programs.
Teachers will have the opportunity to network, share ideas, and discuss how to incorporate New York City’s nature into their instruction.
For information, contact Rebecca at email@example.com or 212.431.9676
For NYC Environmental Education Expo Exhibitors Only: To pay using PayPal, please click the Buy Now button below.
Our Environmental Education Program
The New York City Soil and Water Conservation District promotes experience-based, interdisciplinary environmental education in New York City. The District is working to integrate hands-on, field-based science education into school environmental science curricula to better prepare future stewards of the City's natural resources. In addition to working with the city school system, we promote community-based environmental education through the establishment of local environmental education centers.
The following areas serve as the foundations for our environmental education programs:
The District encourages students at all levels to get involved in environmental monitoring. We promote the testing of water, soil, and air quality as well as the monitoring of our forests, biodiversity and the extent of human use/abuse. We are looking to link student monitors with environmental stewards who are involved in protecting our local resources. These environmental stewards would serve as guides and mentors to students while the students would provide volunteer labor.
Technical Support for Teachers
The District provides workshops on water and soil quality monitoring to K - 12 teachers. In addition the District offers technical assistance as needed.
For more information on any of the NYCSWCD Education Programs, please contact:Rebecca Schultz