Where North Meets South and East Meets West

Are you an educator? Do you want to connect with other educators who have a passion for their work? Join formal and non-formal educators in their quest for new knowledge and teaching techniques during Educators’ Week at the Edge of Appalachia Preserve System in beautiful Adams County, Ohio. Educators’ Week provides opportunities to gain an understanding of topics related to state academic standards by being immersive in a natural setting and creating a supportive learning environment. Attend sessions that will explore hands-on best practice strategies for introducing people to the natural world. Learn from top experts on a wide range of cross curricular topics and explore new methods that will enhance your skills as an educator. By the conclusion of this unique, retreat-like conference, you will come away with a renewed sense of wonder, a feeling of community and kinship and the confidence to share your new knowledge with others.

Sponsored by Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC), Educators’ Week will be celebrating its 13th year at the Richard and Lucile Durrell Edge of Appalachia Preserve System (EOA). This 20,000 acre nature preserve is owned and managed by CMC and The Nature Conservancy in Ohio (TNC). The Edge is widely known for its xeric limestone prairies, Dolostone outcrops, high quality streams and rare plants and animals making it a perfect outdoor learning lab. In addition, on-site facilities such as the Eulett Center allows for people to gather for meals, large group learning sessions and fellowship.

Educators’ Week will take place June 6-11, 2021

Lodging and meals are included in the cost of registration as well as electronic copies of all session materials, a set of ODNR Field Guides, t-shirt, notebook and other helpful items.

Please go to www.educatorsweek.com for more information.