Join the “Nab” Web Development Team!

Inspire Student Learning and Stewardship In Your Community Through An Innovative Web Site

November 8, 2006, 8:30–4:00

East Chicago Central High School, East Chicago, IN

At this workshop, you will learn to:

  • Incorporate problem-based learning about invasive species.
  • Gain rewards for helping us create and activity — invasive species curriculum and other classroom resources.
  • Involve your students in a community stewardship project that will be shared globally.
  • Integrate content about aquatic invasive species in your biology, geography, and environmental science units through a fascinating Web site:

For Educators (grades 4-10) — Earn $300 stipend. CEUs and CPDUs provided at this free workshop.

To register:

Contact Terri Hallesy at or 217-244-8809

Sponsored by Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant Program in collaboration with the National Park Service Great Lakes Research and Education Center. This National Sea Grant and COSEE Great Lakes project is funded by NSF and NOAA/Sea Grant.

For Scientists:

Let COSEE help in engaging educational outreach

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