Are you interested in visiting SERC with your class? Would you like to expand your knowledge about environmental research and Chesapeake Bay ecology, learning directly from SERC educators and researchers? Visit the links below to learn more about the opportunities SERC provides for teachers or contact the Education Department to let us know how we can deliver programs to meet your specific needs and interests.
RAIN OR SHINE! SERC's education programs run rain or shine. If weather predictions indicate severe weather conditions, contact Jane Holly at 443-482-2216 to discuss the status of your field trip.
To help you organize a field trip that is a great experience for the students, the parents or other chaperons, and for yourself, we've provided the step-by-step information for planning your field trip to SERC.
The Education Department publishes several teacher manuals and a student workbook to support teachers participating in our education programs. Though written to be used in conjunction with the activities at SERC, the manuals and workbook are a source of information and activities related to Chesapeake Bay ecology and environmental research that may be of interest to other teacher. All teacher manuals are free for teachers who have registered for a SERC education program.
Click here to see an overview of available manuals in the website's publication section.
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