Community Education Classes
Science Inquiry Training
Sponsored by Diack Ecology Education Program and the Jane Goodall Environmental Middle School
This two day workshop will provide hands-on opportunities in the field as well as classroom time to develop curriculum tools and strategies that promote student-driven field-based science inquiry projects from kindergar-ten through high school. Attending teachers can also apply for a $2,000 grant ($6000 if you work collaboratively with at least two other teachers) for classroom equipment and resources for field-based inquiry investigations from the Diack Ecology Education Program. Participating teachers will receive a $100 stipend for attending. For more information and to register.
Get Wet in Your Watershed
Sponsored by: The Clackamas Water Education Team Pooling Our Resources for Watershed Health
When: May 23 and 24th, 8:00am-4:30pm
Where: Clackamas Community College Environmental Learning Center
Discover new, exciting, and relevant ways to make science come alive in your classroom and in the field. Using the Clackamas watershed as the context for learning, this workshop emphasizes a multidisciplinary and inquiry-based approach to teaching. For more info.
The Mask Making for the Earth workshop on April 6, 2012 was a lot of fun and some wonderful masks were created. These masks will be worn in the procession of species parade at an Earth Day Event at PCC Sylvania (hosted by the Earth and Spirit Council) Saturday April 21st. For more information
Check out more pictures from Mask Making for the Earth!
The John Inskeep Environmental Learning Center (ELC) is a program of Clackamas Community College
The site is open daily from dawn to dusk.
19600 Molalla Avenue Oregon City, OR 97045