Professional Development

Resources from NASA
posted on 8:49 AM, April 18, 2019
NASA has many wonderful resources for teachers including the weekly NASA Express newsletter
Sea Change
posted on 10:50 AM, April 11, 2019
A special sailing trip, just for teachers!
CLEAN climate & energy education webinar on May 2
posted on 10:33 AM, April 11, 2019
Register now for the CLEAN hosted ClimeTime Webinar to enhance your knowledge and teaching about climate and energy education
Food Science
posted on 1:59 PM, April 6, 2019
Two opportunities in the area of food science are available to teachers.
2019 PICUP Summer Faculty Development Workshop at UW River Falls
posted on 2:13 PM, April 3, 2019
In this week-long workshop, participants, with the guidance of the workshop coordinators, will develop a viable, personalized plan for integrating computation into their undergraduate physics course(s).
How to Start an Outdoor Classroom at Any School
posted on 9:48 AM, April 2, 2019
The North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) has produced two videos of webinars by teachers Amy Butler and Natalie Crowley to help teachers start an outdoor classroom at their schools.
Professional Development from NASA
posted on 12:12 PM, March 29, 2019
Check out the upcoming professional development webinars brought to you by the NASA STEM Educator Professional Development Collaborative in collaboration with Texas State University
You're invited to the Bell Museum Educator Open House
posted on 2:16 PM, March 27, 2019
We welcome educators and their families to join us for an evening at the Bell celebrating National Teacher Appreciation Week. You’ll get the whole museum experience at our building-wide open house! Explore our galleries, meet with our education team, and have some fun.
Minnesota Agriculture in the Classroom Program Summer Teacher Tours
posted on 9:20 AM, March 26, 2019
The Minnesota Agriculture in the Classroom program is excited to offer four unique 2019 Summer Teacher Tours.
Test Specifications Committee
posted on 2:47 PM, March 20, 2019
Be part of writing the test specifications for the new science standards
view archives Archives