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Teacher Opportunities

Professional educators are essential and respected partners in fulfilling the Aquarium's science, education and conservation mission. Each year hundreds of regional teachers rely on the Aquarium to enhance their knowledge, teaching skills and effectiveness in the classroom and in the school. Classes lasting from one-half to seven days focus on a variety of science/environmental education topics and include field, Aquarium classroom and school site (indoor and outdoor) locations. You can count on an inservice that is inquiry-based, hands on and definitely participatory. Many of our workshops can be tailored to fit your school's inservice schedule. For more information or to schedule a workshop or inservice, call George Bartnik, Education Programs Manager at (800)262-0695, ext. 4049 or e-mail at GPB@tnaqua.org.

The Tennessee Aquarium loves teachers. During inservices/workshops teachers get a special opportunity to work with one of our experienced educators. These classes focus on a variety of science/environmental education topics.


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