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Watershed Voice - CBF's Education E-newsletter Winter 2013
Morning Announcements Tundra Swans in Winter. Photo by Susan Hallett.
Tundra swans in winter. Photo by Susan Hallett.

Spring Field Days
We're still accepting applications for spring 2013 field programs. Come learn outside with us!

2012 State of the Bay Report Released 
Take a look at our latest State of the Bay report, released earlier this month. As CBF President Will Baker says, "We have never had a better opportunity to save the Bay." 

Beyond Books

Chesapeake Classrooms TeachersAn Interactive Blueprint 
Take a fun and interactive walk through the history of Bay clean-up efforts. Learn how the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint—our best chance for a saved Bay—will be in place by 2025. 

Chesapeake Classrooms TeachersSocial Action Project Prezi 
Kristen Reza from Broad Acres Elementary School created a Prezi to show how her students can make a difference in the health of the Bay. And she has shared it with all of you here! 

Chesapeake Classrooms TeachersCommunication Skills for Your Students 
Classes at The Kent School created a newsletter where each student shines as a reporter after coming on a CBF field experience. This might inspire your students to share their own stories of outdoor learning! 

 
Teacher Tools

Put picture for 1st Teacher Tools story here.STEM in the Real World
CBF partnered with Spark101 to offer  virtual lessons about how STEM material can help students determine what action project will benefit their local community. Use these video lessons on land use and biodiversity, species diversity and river quality, and water quality testing as pre- or post-field experience activities with your students.

EPA My Waterway Program.How's My Waterway?
Your students need real data in order to understand their waterway and how the Clean Water Act is working for it. The EPA has designed an interactive database of water quality monitoring reports for students to investigate elements like bacteria, dissolved oxygen, and others. 

Calendar

Event: Maryland Association for Environmental & Outdoor Education 2013 Conference
Date: Feb. 7-10, 2013
Time: 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Location: Ocean City, MD

Event: Chesapeake Classrooms Professional Development Courses
Date: June, July, and August
Location: Throughout the watershed

For a full listing of upcoming events, please visit our online calendar.

Thanks to our supporters

EPA My Waterway Program.Thank you to Mobile Solar Pros of Maryland!
With their help CBF's skipjack, the Stanley Norman, now has a solar panel! This solar panel allows the boat batteries to operate when a charging station is not available, which is perfect for the extended summer courses that CBF runs for our student leaders. 

Sign up for Summer Teacher Training with CBF! 


Join us outside this summer as we focus on teaching methods for incorporating environmental education into the core subject areas of reading, math, science, and social studies.

 

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