These five- and six-day professional learning summer immersion courses provide an experience that equips teachers with the knowledge, tools, skills, and confidence to use the local environment in their classroom. Teachers explore the watershed and examine the connection between land use and water quality through hands-on investigations, standards-based activities and assessments, and action projects.

If you have questions, please contact chesapeakeclassrooms@cbf.org

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During each multi-day course teachers learn how to:

  • connect the local environment to state content standards
  • assess the health of a schoolyard and stream by using scientific tools and investigations
  • implement a successful restoration project in a school or community

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