“The ability to have jobs, processes, and the WET, WILD, and Learning Tree books and resources demonstrated by enthusiastic professionals was so amazing! Simply getting the books without this training would not have been half as engaging, now would I have understood so much about it.”
– 2019 TCW Participant
The Georgia Teacher Conservation Workshop (TCW) is now taking applications for the 16th Annual TCW! It is with great excitement that we announce that registration is now open for a modified in-person experience for 2021! Join us for four-days, June 14-17, 2021, for an immersive professional development event that uses the forest as a window to environmental education.
In addition to networking and meeting field experts, participants are also trained in Projects Learning Tree, WET, and WILD. Participants have the opportunity to engage in hands-on, practical exercises and activities that are designed to supplement their classroom curricula and student projects.
Hear what program alumni have to say about their experience on our “Teacher Testimonials” page. Want to see more? You may also visit our “Gallery” to view photos from years past.
The 2021 TCW will have COVID protocols in place for the safety of participants and staff. These protocols include, but are not limited to:
- Limited capacity of 20 participants.
- Maintaining 6-feet social distance between participants during sessions and meals.
- Strongly encouraging participants to wear a mask, especially when less than 6-feet apart.
- Limiting two people per lodge room and all beds will be set 6-feet apart.
- Hand sanitizer stations will be set up in all meeting spaces.
- Meals will be cafeteria style; buffet-style will no longer be offered.
- Regular cleaning and disinfection of restrooms and tables after each session/meal.
- Regular cleaning and disinfection of equipment after each session.
If you have any questions or concerns related to the COVID-19 precautions, please contact Kim Morris-Zarneke, TCW Co-Chair.
Registration is now open through May 7, 2021!