The Smithsonian’s Shout webinar series, which offers K-12 and higher-ed educators multi-dimensional resources to expand their environmental curriculum, features more than 20 sessions led by Smithsonian experts from both the arts and sciences, giving participants a global view of the issues associated with our most critical natural resource: water.

During the sessions, participants will have the opportunity to interact with Smithsonian experts and webinar participants. In addition, the Smithsonian offers comprehensive teacher lesson-planning materials and hands-on activities, including a new badging program to reward student participation.

The series kicked in February with “Water Questions: When We Want to Learn More,” and sessions are archived here.  The next sessions will be held March 26-27 and May 16-17. Teacher preview sessions are also scheduled to review the resources available through the Smithsonian. The webinars are open to anyone interested in environmental issues, and teachers may participate on their own or with their classes.

 To register and receive connection instructions, visit here.