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Summer Camp

Summer 2016

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Program Update

This week the Wednesay morning bird walk will be headed to Napatree Point in Westerly. We will be able to use the parking lot at Misquimacut Swim Club.  That is the last parking lot next to the beach on Napatree Point. This walk can be difficult for some.  We will meet at 9:15am. Please bring water and sunscreen. We will meet at 9:15. 

 

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The Audubon Society of Rhode Island's Teacher Resource Center offers a wide selection of services to help you incorporate environmental education into your classroom. 

Audubon Society educators can offer professional development on a variety of topics to support teachers’ efforts to bring students outside for science and other cross-curricular lessons. If you have a group of teachers who would like the Audubon Society to come to your school or other facility of your choice to facilitate a teacher workshop, please contact us at education@asri.org or 401-245-7500 ext 3014. We can also host your group and facilitate a workshop at one of our Audubon Society facilities in Smithfield or in Bristol. Some example workshops we can offer including the following:


a.   Science Inquiry in Your Schoolyard
b.   Nature Across the Curriculum
c.   Using Nature Stories to teach Science
d.   Urban Ecology
e.   A Journey through Time – Geologic Time!
f.    Project WILD & Aquatic WILD*
g.   Flying WILD: An Educator’s Guide to Celebrating Birds*
h.   Growing Up WILD: Exploring Nature with Young Children*
* all workshops with an asterisk include a curriculum guide full of activities and lessons that participants will take home from the w  

TEACHER RESOURCE CENTER

A variety of "Prop Boxes" are available for teachers to loan out.  Each box was developed by naturalists trained in education and includes materials that enable teachers to extend their own curriculum.  These Teacher Prop Boxes contain items such as natural history biofacts, books, models, curricula ideas, background information and much more.

All prop boxes require a $25 deposit and have a loan period of up to 4 weeks for $5 per week.

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Urban Ecology
 
The Teacher Resource Center is located at Audubon Headquarters, 12 Sanderson Road in Smithfield, RI, and available by appointment only. To make an appointment, click here.

For additional information or to reserve a prop box call (401) 949-5454 x3011 or email thall@asri.org

 

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