February 10, 2011
These FREE fascinating 2-hour workshops explores the life cycle of an athletic shoe from its construction to it’s rebirth as the surface of a tennis or basketball court, or playground safety surfacing!
Participants will learn how to bring important recycling concepts into their
classrooms with a set of six lessons and pre-and post-assessment activities
focusing on sustainability. Studying these concepts will allow your students to
explore these perspectives and draw their own conclusions about the level of their participation in achieving these goals.
Each participant will receive a FREE Shoe-Recycling Kit that includes end products from the recycled shoes, a video, and Teacher’s Guide. The standards-based curriculum will help students grades 4-12 become more scientifically literate and promotes responsible analysis of the world’s environmental challenges.
3 WORKSHOP LOCATIONS TO CHOOSE FROM!
A light dinner and refreshments are provided!
Big Bear Lake—Needles-Barstow
Big Bear Lake: January 20, 2011 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Big Bear Lake City Hall Conference Room
Needles: January 27, 2011 4:30- 6:30 PM
Needles High School Library
Barstow: February 10, 2011 4:30 – 6:30 PM
Crestline Elementary School
SEATING IS LIMITED SO RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY!!
Call Christie Robinson, MEEC Program Specialist at: (760) 245-1661 ext 6101 Or email firstname.lastname@example.org