Engaging youth through hands-on learning is one of the most successful means of fostering an appreciation of the natural environment. Our workshops challenge students to think about their waterfront backyard as a living, breathing eco-system that they can learn from.
Living Classroom is a STEM educational program for grades Pre-K through 12th grade; providing students with hands on experiential learning. The program offers public school teachers the opportunity to work with RWA educators, who have experience in a variety of science related fields, to foster an appreciation for the natural environment and enable students to explore challenging social and environmental issues.
* Classes are conducted during the regular school day along the shoreline of the Rockaway Peninsula or at our headquarters at the RISE Institute.
* Program cost is dependent on class size & school district. Contact RWA for pricing.
Workshops address a variety of topics specifically designed for classes Pre-K-12 with lessons focused on climate change, renewable energy, urban farming, healthy cooking, marine science, recycling, water safety and careers in STEM related fields.
Each workshop involve hands on activities related to the lesson to actively engage learners. If there is a particular subject that would support your class curriculum please let us know.
To learn more about this program or to schedule a Living Classroom Workshop, please contact Program Coordinator Juli Schroeger at: email@example.com
Special thanks to Councilman Donovan Richards for supporting the Living Classroom Program. Living Classroom Program is FREE to any schools in the NYC District 31.
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Jadel participated in her first RWA program as a 7th grader at PS43. Through high school she has been a valuable contributor to our ongoing efforts and today she continues to work with us as a practicing intern while she attends Hunter College. Hear more about Jadel's story.
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