The first Four Winds training is, at . Come to a welcome breakfast beforehand at .
Volunteering as a Four Winds teacher is a fun and rewarding way to get to know the RES community, learn a lot, and share your love of the natural world with RES children. You need only interest and enthusiasm--no specialized knowledge is required. A well designed curriculum and training in how to teach it is provided. This year’s curriculum theme is “Patterns in Nature.”
Volunteers (2-4 per classroom) team-teach 6 sessions of about one hour each during the school year. Preceding each session, volunteers receive a two-hour training taught by a professional environmental educator.
Trainings will be held mornings from on:
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Classroom teaching times are set by each team in consultation with the classroom teacher. The total time commitment for the school year: approximately 24 hours (includes an additional hour of prep time per class). For more information or to sign up contact Lauren Esserman, Four Winds RES Coordinator, Esserman@gmavt.net, or 802-999-7514. Or sign up at http://www.signupgenius.