Teacher Workshop on Journaling Scheduled

The seminar will help teachers and other education professionals learn more about using journaling in remote and in-person classes. (submitted)


Teachers in Columbus and surrounding counties are invited to attend the free Educator Trek nature journaling workshop on Saturday, Oct. 29, at 9 a.m. at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences in Whiteville. 

Participants will receive a variety of nature journaling supplies thanks to a donation from the Anonymous Trust.  Teachers can learn more activities that can be used in virtual and in-person classrooms.

The event is open to teachers, guidance counselors, media coordinators, or assistant principals in public schools in columbus, Bladen, Cumberland, Robeson, Sampson and other counties. 

If you are traveling more than 40 miles (one way) to attend the workshop, you are eligible to be reimbursed for fuel cost. To learn more about the Educator Trek, visit https://naturalsciences.org/calendar/event/educator-trek-nature-journaling-in-your-nature-neighborhood/.  

The museum is located at 415 South Madison St., Whiteville. Call 910.788.5100 for more information.   

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