2009 CSI-Osceola: Creative Science Investigations at the Waterfront
Osceola County Invasive Aquatic Plant Teacher Workshop
July 7-10th, 2009
PURPOSE: Provide teachers with expanded content knowledge and laboratory/field experience in the area of aquatic (and upland) plant biology and ecology. Participants learned new investigative and instructional methods for exploring and teaching about Florida's diverse native, non-native and invasive plant communities. Participants also assisted in developing curricula and research projects. Goal: Inspire educators to take this information back to their students and teach with renewed enthusiasm and inspiration!
View 2009 CSI Osceola Workshop Flyer - (PDF 235 KB)
- Tuesday, July 7, 2009: Introduction to Aquatic and Wetland Plants in Florida
- Wednesday, July 8, 2009: Why Do We Need to Manage Invasive Plants?
- Thursday, July 9, 2009: Creative Techniques for Teaching About Invasive Species and Don’t Let it Loose
- Friday, July 10, 2009: Project WILD and Wrap-up