Fourteen non-formal educators in Kentucky were recently certified as Project WET facilitators after completing 16 hours of training through the Kentucky Division of Water.
The goal of Project WET, an acronym for Water Education for Teachers, is to provide scientifically accurate and educationally sound water resources education materials, training courses and networking services to citizens, organizations, governments and corporations.
Laurina Lyle, Executive Director of Project WET USA in Bozeman, Montana traveled to Frankfort to conduct the facilitator workshop.
During the training, participants experienced many Project WET activities, learned the history and objectives of the program, learned to conduct Project WET workshops and explored methods of assisting teachers and resource personnel in using the materials. These newly trained facilitators are now Continue reading “Educators Complete Project WET Facilitator Training”