Clean Water Mobile Learning Center
Ready to roll into any school, the Wyland Clean Water Mobile Learning Center provides an innovative solution for schools that need an affordable way to increase student knowledge of the function of watersheds and a broader understanding of the impact that communities have on these systems and our ocean.
Upon entering the mobile learning center, students become new recruits to the Clean Water Challenge (CWC) Task Force. Their mission: To solve mysterious disturbances in the health of our nation’s water habitats via a 4D theater experience and hands-on science activities. The mobile learning center aligns with the Wyland Foundation’s “Clean Water for the 21st Century” classroom and Newspaper in Education programs.
Since Fall 2007, the Wyland Clean Water Mobile Learning Center has visited schools, communities, and local events across North America. Visit the events page to see where the Mobile Learning Center has been.
The mobile classroom provides a tremendous opportunity for students, teachers, administrators and the community to learn about conserving and valuing our precious water resources.
William Habermehl, Former Superintendent of Schools, Orange County Department of Education
We had more than 1,300 Lamphere students participate in the learning center during the four days it was here. This was a very worthwhile event for our students who were excited and engaged while learning about the environment and the effects of pollution. In fact, I believe all of us - students, parents, and educators - all came away with a new understanding and appreciation for our environment!
Marsha E. Pando, Superintendent, The Lamphere Schools
I was so impressed with Wyland Foundation, the mission and the connection you are making with children in the community. My niece had an opportunity to see the Mobile Learning Center and I promised her she could have the hat when I signed up.
Krista Struve, Director, Corporate Sponsorship and Events, Casa Calina Centers for Rehabilitation Foundation
"This is a small science museum, but in your own backyard."
Valesca Lopez, Science Teacher, Competitive Edge Charter Academy