The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t derail the Appalachian Green Teachers Conference, but it’s definitely changing our 2020 programming.
Instead of bringing everyone together for a few days at beautiful Burr Oak Lake in Glouster, Ohio, we have decided to stretch the conference over a four-week period with the majority of it being held online. Each week will carry a theme, as follows:
- Land Labs — Week of Oct. 26.
- Water — Week of Nov. 2
- Phenology — Week of Nov. 9
- Interdisciplinary Environmental Education — Week of Nov. 16
In addition, each week will have at least one session for each grade level (early childhood, elementary, middle/high school) and a weekend field session (small and socially distanced).
Download the Program
Ashland University graduate credit is available for this conference. To receive credit, register online with Ashland University using this link, attend 12.5 hours of sessions, complete the log and a 1-page summary. The log and summary should be sent to Cathy Knoop: email@example.com.
The 6th Annual Appalachian Green Teachers Conference is made possible through the generous support of our sponsors: