Black Teacher Project Fellowship
byposted on 2:22 PM, November 30, 2022
The Black Teacher Project (BTP) Fellowship is an 18-month Black teacher affinity cohort experience for teams of two classroom teachers who are committed to exploring Black Identity Development, Wellness, Black Leadership for Liberation, and Quality Instruction Rooted in Blackness.
KITP Teachers Conference: What's in a Crystal? A quantum universe
byposted on 2:15 PM, November 30, 2022
High School Physics Teachers' Conference April 1, 2023
MnSTA Region 3 Virtual Event!
byposted on 2:37 PM, November 25, 2022
Do you teach in MnSTA Region 3? Come join your colleagues for this 1 hour virtual event in December!
Recovering from Ignorance & Unintended Consequences: The St. Louis River Area of Concern
byposted on 2:22 PM, November 25, 2022
A Free webinar by Hamline University's CGEE
Conservation Cafe: Learn All About Land Acknowledgements
byposted on 12:50 PM, November 10, 2022
Join Rico Newman, Elder of the Choptico Band of Piscataway Conoy, as he acknowledges and thanks the land for its blessings and then teaches about what a land acknowledgment is, who “should” do them, why and how to do them, what it means to do a land acknowledgment well, and what not to do.
MESTA Earth science conference registration now open
byposted on 2:37 PM, November 9, 2022
Alesia Arlandson will present at the 2023 MN Earth Science Teachers' Association conference. Her presentation will help support teachers transitioning to the 2019 science standards using the Three Dimensions of Learning.
Waters to the Sea® Stories: Northern Nights, Starry Skies An Ojibwe Perspective with Travis Novitsky and Carl Gawboy
byposted on 12:22 PM, October 28, 2022
Join us for our first Waters to the Sea® Stories webinar of the season: Tuesday, Nov 15th, 6-7:30 pm CST
Free Virtual Workshops on Outdoor Learning
byposted on 12:14 PM, October 28, 2022
These 60 min stand-alone workshops come jam-packed with ideas, inspiration and resources from some of the best outdoor learning organizations and leaders in North America.
Helping Students Make Sense of the World Using Next Generation Science and Engineering Practice
byposted on 11:26 AM, October 28, 2022
Join Jill Jensen and Dana Smith for a discussion around the book "Helping Students Make Sense of the World Using Next Generation Science and Engineering Practice"
MnCOSE22 Keynote Speaker, Strand Speakers, and Special Guests
byposted on 7:08 PM, October 22, 2022
Come to the DECC in Duluth, November 3 - 5, 2022 to see presentations by these great speakers.