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WILD About Educators

Whether formal, non-formal, home school, or scouts, Project WILD can assist you in teaching any subject, to any grade level. Our commitment to educators can be seen in our educational materials and resources. Educator evaluations tell us that educators acquire new teaching skills and practices through Project WILD - practices that translate into more effective teaching. It is the dedication of countless educators that helps make Project WILD possible at the state and local level, and because of that, we dedicate this section to you.

In this section made just for educators, you will find all sorts of helpful information about how to integrate Project WILD activities into your specific content areas. Links on the right side of each page connect you to our No Child Left Behind brochure, which outlines Project WILD's connection to this federal initiative. The "Learning Framework" link details how each activity applies to each subject area.

In the "Additional Classroom Resources" section, you will find lists of interesting websites you can visit for activity ideas or obtain more in-depth information about specific subjects. Peruse the "Agencies and Organizations" link for a list of agencies and organizations that provide valuable assistance and resources. Lastly, the "Correlations" page describes Project WILD's commitment to aligning its activities with national and state standards.

 

 
Photo Credit: Stephanie Raine, USFWS
 

No Child Left Behind

Learning Framework

Additional Classroom Resources

Agencies & Organizations

Standards Correlations

 
Photo credit: Galveston Bay Foundation
 

Project WILD K-12

Aquatic WILD

Science and Civics

Proyecto WILD
Growing Up WILD

Flying WILD

WILD About Elk
Taking Action

WILD School Sites

 
 
 
   
 
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