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Brown University Students Learn from Watershed School   Braving the elements and a four-hour drive in the early morning this past Thursday, three graduate students in education from Brown paid a visit to Watershed School in Camden. Jennifer Kim, Reina Thomas and Wendy Rogers are all enrolled in Brown’s MAT program and are training to become classroom teachers. One aspect of the MAT program is for candidates to spend a minimum of sixty hours observing other teachers in a variety of...
http://www.penbaypilot.com/article/watershed-students-help-decorate-camden-opera-house/44364
http://knox.villagesoup.com/post/check/1268321/10555/CF0D4405
Last year's Climate Change class met with Patrick Woodcock, The Governor's Energy Office director, to discuss the report that they presented at the Maine Climate Summit in the spring. Woodcock requested a meeting with the students because he was particularly impressed with their work. You can read the full text of the report.   
http://www.camden.lib.me.us/news/26772/adventure-in-guadalajara-october/#more-26772
Watershed students will travel to Rockland twice a week to The Steel House Center for Design and Technology.  Please see the following link for more information about this exciting opportunity:  http://watershed-school.org/sites/default/files/SH_Watershed%20description.pdf

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