This stream ecology curriculum is intended for grades 6-12 and draws connections between aquatic life, water quality, and the way we live in our watersheds. Understanding their connection to the intricate web of life empowers students to join community efforts to protect water and habitat where they live.
We are pleased to offer this curriculum to anyone wishing to use it for educational purposes. So that we may continue to improve and track the use of our curriculum, please fill out this brief form. Upon completion, you will be taken to the download page. Splash will not share your contact information with anyone.
Splash would love the opportunity to help you teach your students about the streams that flow through the areas where they live and go to school. Check out the links below for more information about our streams program for 6th – 12th grade classes.
We are pleased to offer this curriculum to anyone wishing to use it for educational purposes. In order to continually improve and track the use of the curriculum, we ask for your contact information and a brief description of how you intend to use it. In exchange, we would be happy to answer any questions you have and support your use to the best of our ability. Splash will not share your contact information with anyone.
Splash invites all 7th – 12th grade science teachers in Sacramento County and the City of West Sacramento to submit an application for a place in the Splash Secondary Program. The program includes a mandatory 3-hour teacher training and a loaned set of curriculum materials.
When we receive your application, our program coordinator will respond within 3 days to discuss your needs and make arrangements.
Once you are accepted into the program, you will receive a full set of curriculum materials, which includes all of the items listed below. You may keep the materials at no cost for as long as you continue to teach the curriculum.
To use the Splash Curriculum teachers must agree to devote several class periods to the Splash lessons. A mandatory three-hour workshop provides all the guidance needed to use the logical, cohesive, and teacher-friendly curriculum.
The PDF document provides detailed information about how Version 5 of the Splash Secondary Curriculum aligns to the 6th – 12th grade science standards established by the California State Board of Education
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If you taught the Splash Secondary Curriculum in 2013-14, please click here to fill out this brief survey about your experience. We genuinely value your input and your comments help us get better and better!