Project WET

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The learning activities are fun, hands-on, engaging for youth and educator friendly.

  • Hands-on, inquiry based, interdisciplinary and fun learning activities
  • Features learning styles and special early childhood education component
  • Recommended to Saskatchewan curricula for Science and Social Studies
  • Cross-reference guides on-line for Gr. 1-11 Science and Gr. 1-8 Social Studies
  • Awareness to Action focus, Cooperative learning philosophy
  • Workshops delivered by trained Facilitators
  • Full access personal account through Project WET Foundation Portal to download additional resources
  • On-line Canadian Supplement including additional maps, photos and student copy sheets

For a more complete overview of the Project WET program content, goals and objectives, please visit the Project WET Foundation website.

We cover topics such as water chemistry, water quality and human health, climate and weather, water demand management, water conservation, cultural values about water, and how to launch action programs and develop water celebrations and water festivals.

Activities promote critical thinking, problem solving and teamwork. They help young people gain knowledge and make informed decisions, that is, they help young people learn how to think about water issues, not what to think.

Start Date:
End Date:
Time:
Location:

The learning activities are fun, hands-on, engaging for youth and educator friendly.

  • Hands-on, inquiry based, interdisciplinary and fun learning activities
  • Features learning styles and special early childhood education component
  • Recommended to Saskatchewan curricula for Science and Social Studies
  • Cross-reference guides on-line for Gr. 1-11 Science and Gr. 1-8 Social Studies
  • Awareness to Action focus, Cooperative learning philosophy
  • Workshops delivered by trained Facilitators
  • Full access personal account through Project WET Foundation Portal to download additional resources
  • On-line Canadian Supplement including additional maps, photos and student copy sheets

For a more complete overview of the Project WET program content, goals and objectives, please visit the Project WET Foundation website.

We cover topics such as water chemistry, water quality and human health, climate and weather, water demand management, water conservation, cultural values about water, and how to launch action programs and develop water celebrations and water festivals.

Activities promote critical thinking, problem solving and teamwork. They help young people gain knowledge and make informed decisions, that is, they help young people learn how to think about water issues, not what to think.