HGCI Workshop for Teachers
Hawai'i Green Collar Institute
Professional Development Workshop for Teachers
Snails & Rat Lungworm in Hawai'i
June 24, 2020
FREE ONLINE WORKSHOP!
The Mālama Learning Center would like to invite you to join us for the Snails and Rat Lungworm in Hawaiʻi Teacher PD on Wednesday June 24, 2020. Learn all about Snail and Rat Lungworm from the comfort of your home. Grades 6-12 teachers are encouraged to attend this workshop to gain first-hand knowledge from Bishop Museum’s Malacologists performing the most extensive research on snails in the Pacific. Researchers will introduce teachers to lessons that will connect students to local issues surrounding invasive species and Rat Lungworm. You will also get to hear from several high school interns and learn about some of the things they were able to do as a part of their snail survey internship experience.
Through this course, you will learn the following: How to identify native and invasive snails in Hawaiʻi, how to manage pest species in your school's gardens, ways to survey for snails on your school's campus and all about Rat Lungworm such as the life cycle, symptoms of Rat Lungworm Disease and ways to prevent it.
Join this workshop and learn about snails and Rat Lungworm, receive resources to teach about these topics, and get to know the researchers performing ground-breaking research!
Applications are due by June 12, 2020. Please register @ shorturl.at/zXY09 by June 12, 2020. This is a non-credit professional development workshop and no portfolio is required. However, the first 20 teachers that register and complete this virtual workshop will receive FREE educational resources and classroom supplies to help teach about the topics covered in the workshop- we strongly encourage you to sign up as soon as possible! Preference will be given to teachers from Central and West Oʻahu schools. For more information, please see the flyer attached below.
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