Professional Development Training for Educators
Environmental Education Trainings can be scheduled upon special request for groups of 10 or more. Curriculums that are available for trianings include: Project WET 2.0, Project WILD, Growing Up WILD, Project Learning Tree, Flying WILD, and Pass It On. Available through a partnership between Assateague State Park, Maryland Coastal Bays Program and the Ward Museum. Project WET, Project WILD and Project Learning Tree are eligible for obtaining one MSDE professional development credit. Great for professional development days!
Teacher Resource Kits for Flying WILD and Growing Up WILD
The Ward Museum provides FREE Flying WILD Resource Kits and Growing Up WILD Resouce Kits for Educators who have received Flying WILD and Growing Up WILD educator training.
Pass It On: Cultural Traditions of the Lower Eastern Shore
A K-12 Curriculum and Activity Guide. The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art seeks to deepen and extend its educational offerings to the Lower Eastern Shore and the state of Maryland by offering a K-12 curriculum and activities guide.
Student Art Show 2014
Next year's Student Art Show will be on February 7, 2014
The annual non-competitive Student Art Show is open to all students on the Delmarva Peninsula in kindergarten through 12th grade. The event is open to public, private, and homeschooled students.
Fund A Fieldtrip
Schools are cutting fieldtrip and enrichment experience budgets for students due to budget reductions, rising fuel costs and testing demands. Your contribution towards fieldtrip expenses is an educational equalizer, bringing field trips and enrichment experiences back within reach of most teachers and students.
MAEOE Green Schools Program
The Ward Museum is a MAEOE Green Center that can help schools become certified MAEOE Green Schools. This program is a great way for students to execute a community action plan that will help them reach their goals Environmental Literacy Standard.
BirdSleuth from Cornell's Lab of Ornithology: Grades 6-8
Students engage in authentic inquiry, use technology and real data and benefit from the added restorative and cognitive benefits of time spent outdoors in nature! Students carefully observe birds, ask and answer their own questions based on observations and research, and even publish their findings – just as real scientists do.The Ward Museum is an ambassador for BirdSleuth. Trainings are available upon request..