New Tools for Teaching Youth About Water

Penn State Extension Watershed Youth Development Educator, Jennifer Fetter, shares several Penn State Extension education tools for teaching youth about water.
New Tools for Teaching Youth About Water - Webinars
Skill Level: Beginner
Length: 1 hour
Language: English
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Description

Recorded: November 20, 2013, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

"Watershed Decisions" is a hands-on, inquiry based activity that helps older youth and adults learn about water quality issues surrounding small watersheds and the decision-making processes that go into improving those water quality issues. The "Role of Water in Shale Gas Drilling" is a pair of video presentations about water and the environmental impacts of shale gas drilling and production in the Mid-Atlantic region. These videos were designed for use by educators in both formal and informal educational settings. A new youth oriented fact sheet and activity pamphlet on the importance of safe drinking water is also shared.

Time Log

  • 0:10 - Introduction
  • 0:46 - New Tools for Teaching Youth About Water
  • 5:41 - Watershed Decisions
  • 24:34 - The Role of Water in Shale Gas Drilling Videos
  • 34:09 - The Water We Drink Youth Fact Sheet
  • 43:45 - Question/Answer Session Ends

Instructors

Youth Water Education & Curriculum Development Conservation Volunteer Management Stormwater Management Safe Drinking Water Innovative Watershed Restoration Approaches Watershed Collaboratives

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