Event Date: Friday, September 27
Event Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Dauphin Island Sea Lab

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This workshop is provided in partnership with the Northern Gulf of Mexico Sentinel Site.

Sea levels are rising and we are experiencing it here at home in the Gulf of Mexico. This full-day interactive workshop introduces Alabama science and social studies teachers to a new curriculum. The lessons connect science to civics and geography to increase the understanding of sea-level rise (SLR) basics and provide community-driven solutions.

The workshop will provide an opportunity to shape the curriculum and identify practical applications. Participants can also be a sponsored pilot-test classroom in Spring 2020!

Lunch will be provided and teachers will be eligible for a $100 stipend and 0.6 CEUs.

For more information about the workshop, click here, or contact Sonia at s.vedral@msstate.edu or call 228-546-1023.