Monarchs Across Georgia (MAG) is coming to Autrey Mill for a professional development opportunity for informal and formal educators!
From 9 am- 3 pm on Friday, March 13th join experienced environmental educators as they cover basic monarch biology and ecology, monarch citizen science projects (Journey North, Project Monarch Health, Monarch Larva Monitoring Project, and Monarch Watch tagging), and creating pollinator habitats. The Monarchs and More: An Inquiry and Arthropod-Based Curriculum is the basis for the monarch butterfly studies and schoolyard ecology explorations included in the workshop. Curricula are divided into grade-level specific lessons for K-2, 3-6, and Middle School teachers with a strong interdisciplinary approach incorporating concepts and skills in science, math, reading, writing, art and social studies. Lessons are congruent with K-8 concept and process standards as outlined in the National Academy of Science’s National Science Education Standards (1996) and correlated to the Georgia Performance Standards.
Registration closes on February 28th!
Thanks to a City of Johns Creek initiative we are offering the following coupon code to be used upon check out which will cover %100 of the program costs for the first 10 participants. After the first 10 registrants, the program fee is $85 or $65 for the Environmental Education Alliance Members. Register today to reserve your spot!
Coupon Code: MAGinJohnsCreek2020