Teachers are invited to experience The Holden Arboretum firsthand. If you have never visited and would like to see what an amazing educational facility we have to teach about plants and the natural environment, we invite you to be our guests. Contact Sharon Graper for a Member for a Day pass and come see what you have been missing!
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Take a glorious walk through a section of Holden that is often not seen. Carver’s Pond has some of the most breathtaking views in the area and some fabulous tree specimens. Learn about this special ecosystem and the native threats it faces from invasive plants and animals. Hike will be led by Mike Watson, conservation biologist.
Register online or contact Sharon Graper at 440.602.3843.
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The Holden Arboretum has been delivering professional development to teachers in early childhood through high school classrooms for more than 30 years. We specialize in teaching content about the natural world in cooperation with hands-on, engaging activities. If you do not see what you are looking for we can design something to fit your needs. Contact us to discuss the possibilities.
Professional Development at Cleveland Botanical Garden
The Holden Arboretum and Cleveland Botanical Garden are in the process of integrating. That is great news for teachers and all those who are interested in plants and the natural world. The Botanical Garden offers many teacher professional development opportunities for all age levels. There are workshops on plants and literacy, Scout programs and home school days, just to name just a few.
For more information and complete descriptions contact Sharon Graper, Manager of Academic Services at Cleveland Botanical Garden, 216.707.2831.