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Hudson River Lesson Plan Survey

Hudson River watershed mapYou may reply to this survey anonymously. However, in order to send your free Hudson River watershed map, we will need your name and school mailing address. You'll find a space for this entry at the bottom of the questionnaire. If you have a question, please contact the Hudson River Estuary Program's education staff with an email to All responses will be kept confidential, and we will use the collected information only to plan future improvements to the lesson plans and this website.

1. In what school district(s) do you teach?
2. In what city or town do you teach?
3. In what state do you teach?
4. What grade level(s) do you teach? (check all that apply)
5. In what setting(s) do you teach? (check all that apply)
6. How did you find out about these lessons?
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7. Which of the following applies?
8. If you have used one of these lessons in your teaching, please reply to the following:
a. Which lesson plan did you use?
b. The lesson accomplished its stated objectives:
c. The lesson engaged your students:
d. Was the lesson appropriate for the intended grade level?
e. Will you continue to use this lesson in your teaching?
9. We welcome your comments or suggestions about improving and expanding upon these lessons:
10. If you would like to be informed of updates and additions to these lessons, as well as other programs
and assistance available to teachers studying the Hudson with their students, please enter your email
address here:
11. To receive your free Hudson River watershed map poster, please provide your name, school name,
and school mailing address in the space below. Please allow up to three weeks for delivery.

Thank you for taking the time to fill out this survey!