NOTE: THIS EVENT WILL BE HELD AT THE FLEET SCIENCE CENTER, YOU MUST RSVP TO THE EVENTBRIGHT LINK
Discover biodiversity in your backyard and abroad with the Fleet Science Center and Cabrillo National Monument. Learn about the delicate balance in biodiverse environments through a morning discussion with Cabrillo National Monument's science educator. Engage in citizen science in Balboa Park with the popular iNaturalist app and discover how diverse our world is just outside the back door. Learn more about one of the most biodiverse regions on the planet with a complimentary showing of the Fleet's latest IMAX® movie Island of Lemurs: Madagascar.
•8:30 a.m.: Check-in, Breakfast
•9:00 a.m.: Exploring Biodiversity on the Urban Island
•9:30 a.m.: How-to iNaturalist Demonstration
•10:00 a.m.: Balboa Park Biodiversity Investigations
•10:40 a.m.: Field Trip Opportunities
•11:00 a.m.: Showing of Island of Lemurs: Madagascar
•12:00 p.m.: Self-guided Museum Exploration
Bus Voucher Availability
Trips to Cabrillo National Monument:
All K-12 teachers from Title 1 schools who attend this workshop are eligible for bus funding provided by the National Park Foundation to participate in a Cabrillo National Monument Field Trip. Reservations can be made for anytime during the school year, but must be requested before September 30, 2017 to maintain eligibility.
Trips to the Fleet Science Center:
A select number of bus vouchers to the Fleet Science Center are available for K-12 teachers at Title 1 schools who attend this workshop. Vouchers may be raffled if demand exceeds availability. Reservations can be made for anytime during the school year, but must be requested before September 30, 2017 to maintain eligibility.