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Project WILD Teacher Workshop

Whether from the urban areas or the rural areas of Alabama, children are interested in wildlife. Project WILD uses our natural curiosity about animals to teach a variety of subjects through hands-on, active learning.  This curriculum also uses hands-on activities to learn about wildlife and their habitat needs. Project WILD teaches how to think, not what to think. Not for sale, the 386-page Project WILD Curriculum and Activity Guide is only available at no cost after completing a free six hour workshop. 

Many of the Project WILD activities are designed for integration into existing courses of study. Each activity gives: objectives, method, background information, materials list, procedures, evaluation suggestions, recommendation of grade levels, subject areas taught, duration, group size, setting, and key terms with a glossary. Project WILD lists the activities by: activity name, conceptual framework, grade, subject, topic, setting, and skill.

Alabama can provide the Project WILD workshop to groups of twenty or more educators at your location. If you or your smaller group would like to attend a free workhop and receive a Project WILD guide, we can tell you where the nearest workshop is being held.

For more general information about Project WILD, visit the national Project WILD Website.  Project WILD facilitates and promotes awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of wildlife resources and conservation of habitats.


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