WaterWorks! A Drinking Water Institute for Educators Do your students wonder how all that clean, safe, economical water gets to their faucets? Your students need to know that drinking water is a valuable, limited, engineered resource. Expand your water curriculum to include drinking water topics. Join us for our fourteenth year of the award-winning WaterWorks Institute in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Program Overview Investigate drinking water quality, chemistry, community resources, and inquiry-based activities for your classroom. This intensive, three-day, hands-on workshop allows upper elementary and middle school science teachers to enrich their water-related standards and come away with new teaching ideas and information from expert presenters on the engineering, chemistry, geology, people, and politics of how drinking water is delivered to your home and school. Meals and resource binder provided. Choose between two graduate credits or a stipend – both will require your attendance at a Saturday follow-up session in fall 2015 (date to be determined by the group). Housing is not provided. Teachers from the Metro area will have priority in the selection process, but science teachers from anywhere in the state may apply. Join the more than 300 science teachers who have participated in WaterWorks over the last fourteen years, and make plans to integrate the topic of drinking water into your science curriculum. 2015 WaterWorks! Institute August 3-5, 2015 8:30-3:30 p.m. Minneapolis Water Filtration Plant 1450 Energy Park Drive, Suite 110 Columbia Heights, MN 55421 Apply Online By Clicking Here With questions, contact Lee Schmitt, email@example.com 651-523-2562 The WaterWorks Institute is co-sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Health, the American Water Works Association, and Hamline University School of Education's Center for Global Environmental Education. For more information on WaterWorks visit http://health.state.mn.us/water/institute/index.htm. Learn about the other Teacher Professional Development opportunities at the Center for Global Environmental Education.