Project WET is an interdisciplinary water education program that's interactive, hands-on, easy-to-use and FREE!
All workshops are conducted by trained facilitators. Special focus is placed on incorporating reading and writing strategies through Project WET activities.
Who can attend a Project WET workshop?
Project WET is not just for science teachers. This multidisciplinary program is available free of charge by the Southwest Florida Water Management District (District) for grades 3–8 public, charter, private and home school teachers within the geographical boundaries of the District.
What do workshop participants receive?
- Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide with 90 hands-on classroom activities and lessons correlated to the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards
- Demonstrations of select activities and strategies incorporating reading and writing extensions
- Six hours of training
- Samples of the District's educational materials
- Inservice points
How do I attend or schedule a workshop?
Find information about signing up for currently scheduled District-sponsored Project WET workshops here.
Please contact the Public Affairs Bureau at 1-800-423-1476, ext. 4782; or email us your name, school, county and phone number, and indicate that you are interested in attending or scheduling a Project WET workshop.