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Stewarding Texas - A Scientific Exploration

Stewarding Texas - A Scientific Exploration is a compilation of lessons designed to develop an understanding of land stewardship within our youth, focusing on those in Grades K-8.  The integration of stewardship lessons into classrooms statewide will engage both students and teachers, with the purpose to: 1) achieve awareness, 2) instill stewardship ethic, and 3) inspire them to take action.

 

  • For the first time, TWA is providing this entire resource guide to educators 100% online for 24/7 access.  Simply create a FREE account and instantly have over 40 lessons at your fingertips!
    • TWA Educators are always available to assist with lesson implementation.  At the end of each semester TWA will reach out to users and ask about your experience and how you've implemented Stewarding Texas into your teachings.
    • Creating an account solely provides access to the Stewarding Texas online portal and no other program of TWA.  If you choose not to utilize the resources within the portal, we thank you for your interest.
  • To learn more about Stewarding Texas before creating an account, preview the Table of Contents, Science TEKS Alignment (K-8), pre/post test or our Frequently Asked Questions.

 

Click below to create a FREE account to access all lessons, activities, media, and resources of Stewarding Texas - A Scientific Exploration. 

 

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If you have additional questions, please Contact Elanor Dean, Education Program Specialist, edean@texas-wildlife.org, (210) 826-2904, or Kassi Scheffer, Director of Education - Outreach Programs, kscheffer@texas-wildlife.org, (210) 826-2904

 

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