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Professional Development

Multiple PD Opportunities, Online and In-Person
by Kristin Caquelin
posted on 11:01 AM, July 12, 2024
The Food and Agriculture Center for Science Education
School Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) trainings
by Kristin Caquelin
posted on 10:55 AM, July 12, 2024
These trainings will discuss the state’s best practices for school IAQ management plans.
Ships, Waves, and Weather ~ August 6 ~
by Kristin Caquelin
posted on 10:14 AM, July 12, 2024
Educator Professional Development Opportunity!
PD conference featuring Hank Green and Disney Imagination Campus
by Kristin Caquelin
posted on 5:29 PM, July 3, 2024
"Imagination Day," is a virtual event on Tuesday, July 23 offering an enriching experience for K-12 teachers.
Expansive STEM Education: The edges of our discipline meet the edges of our social possibilities
by Kristin Caquelin
posted on 2:56 PM, July 3, 2024
Free virtual 3 day PL designed for K-12 educators.
Game Plan- a G4C Learn
by Kristin Caquelin
posted on 2:44 PM, July 3, 2024
Paid Professional Development for STEM Teachers in Grades 6-12
Free PD on Engineering in Science
posted on 11:20 AM, June 25, 2024
Help a PhD student and get free PD at the same time.
Geologic Trail Call for Teacher Consultants
posted on 8:52 AM, June 20, 2024
We are looking for input from Minnesota science teachers who are interested in helping to create a curriculum that brings together the geology of northern Minnesota and the current state Earth science standards in a way that benefits both students and teachers.
GLOBE Mission Mosquito Webinar: Braiding Indigenous Ways of Knowing With Western STEM
posted on 8:42 AM, June 20, 2024
In this free webinar, Anne Lewis, from the South Dakota Discovery Center, will share braiding Indigenous ways of knowing with Western STEM.
Spark Innovation: Bring Energy to your Classroom with the E3 Educator Workshop
posted on 10:29 AM, June 19, 2024
E3 is a free opportunity for you to spark your interest and to bring opportunities for energy career exploration to your students.
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