Teacher's Environmental Website Links
Georgia's Water Education for Teachers (Project WET) has a new website. Project Wet provides training for formal and non-formal educators and facilitators through water education workshops, promote water education throughout the state, and provide materials and support to all those who participate. Workshop participants receive hands-on training and the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide which features more than 90 activities developed, field-tested, and reviewed by over 600 educators nationwide.
The Water Sourcebook Series The Series explains how the water management cycle affects every aspect of the environment. The curriculum provides strong science and math content, but also links these subject areas to social studies and language arts. Each Water Sourcebook contains hands-on activities and investigations, fact sheets, reference materials, and a glossary of terms.
The Eisenhower National Clearinghouse (ENC) focuses on K-12 math and science education. The content on ENC Online has been organized into four major categories - Lesson Ideas, Classroom Topics, Web Sites, and Curriculum Resources.
The Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia's Outdoor Learning Guide provides information and resources to guide your creation, use and maintenance of an outdoor learning space.
"You're the Solution to Water Pollution" - P2AD Power Point Presentation
The following videos are available on lend to all Adopt-A-Stream individuals and groups
For copies call the State office at 404-463-1511 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Adopt-A-Stream: It all Begins with You!: Introduces volunteers to the Adopt-A-Stream program. This video covers the different levels of Adopt-A-Stream activities and the role of Adopt-A-Stream in helping to keep our rivers and streams clean.
Georgia Outdoors: This series from Georgia Public Broadcasting showcases Georgia's wildlife, plants, and other aspects of the state's natural beauty.
Naturally South: River Cleanups: In the Fall of 2003, Turner South's Naturally South Program featured Rivers Alive and Adopt-A-Stream as ways to protect and preserve Georgia's water resources. Another great overview of the two programs.