Professional Development

Using Amphibians, Reptiles & Invertebrates in the Classroom to Promote Student-conducted Science Investigations
posted on 5:58 PM, June 21, 2019
This FREE workshop will cover outdoor education strategies for 4th-10th grade students
Webinar: Environmental Education and Indigenous Knowledge
posted on 11:04 AM, June 20, 2019
In this webinar from NAAEE and Northwestern University, Megan Bang, Associate Professor in Education and Ingenious Studies, will discuss the intersection of environmental education and indigenous knowledge.
Jeffers Workshop: Team Teaching With Mother Nature
posted on 11:25 AM, June 12, 2019
In conjunction with MnCOSE 2019, the Jeffers Foundation is offering this workshop free to pre-service teachers, university faculty, and MnSTA members.
Redefining STEAM Workshop
posted on 2:00 PM, June 4, 2019
Redefining STEAM: Engaging Students in Learning Through Science and Engineering Practices With Lee Schmitt 8:00 – 3:00 July 16-17, 2019 Sponsored by Orono Public Schools The Lafayette Club, 2800 Northview Rd, Minnetonka Beach, MN 55361
Standards and Instruction Back-to-School Mini-Conference
posted on 11:19 AM, May 31, 2019
This free workshop at the Department of Education is focused on supporting leadership teams in planning for implementation of a standards-based system.
posted on 10:46 AM, May 31, 2019
Minnesota and metro elementary educators – this free one-day river workshop is for you! Other interested teachers and educators are encouraged to register!
Professional Development Opportunities from American Meteorological Society
posted on 9:19 AM, May 30, 2019
The American Meteorological Society is committed to providing educators with accurate and engaging resources that enhance teachers' knowledge of Earth system science while also earning graduate credit.
Funding is available for NCSE Teacher Ambassador-Led Professional Development Workshops
posted on 7:13 AM, May 23, 2019
NCSE is offering funding for a limited number of professional development workshops specifically focused on teaching evolution and climate change effectively and confidently. Proposals can be submitted by single schools, school districts, collaboration of districts, or other area cooperatives.
Biomolecular Structure Class, July8-19, NDSU, Fargo
posted on 1:12 PM, May 22, 2019
This is a graduate-level course that will promote an understanding of the atomic structure of biomolecules like proteins, nucleic acids and their complex macromolecular assemblies and will also provide teachers with tools and resources to teach their students.
Workshop - Supporting Farm Youth through Understanding and Intervention
posted on 12:28 PM, May 17, 2019
This free, 3-hour professional development workshop provides an overview of the stressors unique to growing up on a farm and equips attendees to support adolescents in stress.
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