Time is Running Out to View MnCOSE21 Session Recordings
byposted on 8:55 AM, May 6, 2022
MnCOSE21 participants have until June 1, 2022, to view recordings of Keynote and regular sessions.
Schools for the Planet: Toward Universal Climate Literacy with Children’s Literature and Media
byposted on 1:32 PM, May 4, 2022
Free Summer course at the U of M, Twin Cities, "will guide you to engage with pedagogical practices of envisioning, embodying, and enacting climate literacy education in your classroom."
Summer Workshop 2022: Integrating Energy, Equity, and Place in High School Physics
byposted on 8:10 AM, May 4, 2022
This online workshop will model best practices for engaged distance learning from a science disciplinary perspective.
Zero Barriers in STEM Education: Accessibility and Inclusion Program
byposted on 1:22 PM, April 27, 2022
On July 12 – 14, 2022, the Smithsonian Science Education Center will host an education summit as part of its Zero Barriers in STEM Education Accessibility and Inclusion Program, an initiative focused on increasing the prevalence of accessible and inclusive practices in STEM education and school culture for students with disabilities
Register Now: Equity in Preschool through Elementary Science and Engineering
byposted on 1:02 PM, April 27, 2022
Join us for this free webinar, on May 5, 2022, as we talk through the design of early learning experiences that strive to support equitable opportunities for science and engineering learning in preschool through elementary grades.
ASM Materials Education Foundation’s Camps
byposted on 1:43 PM, April 26, 2022
The free ASM Materials Camp for adults who work with youth in grades K–5 will be held on August 1–5 at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
WaterWorks!: A Drinking Water Institute for Educators
byposted on 1:22 PM, April 26, 2022
FREE Summer Science Workshop for Teachers from Hamline University and the Minnesota Department of Health
Let’s Go Outside! How to Connect Kids with Birds and Nature
byposted on 12:35 PM, April 25, 2022
This self-paced course includes nature activities, instructional videos, recommended books and apps, a printable activity guide, and discussion forums to help you connect with other mentors.
Earth Educators' Rendezvous
byposted on 12:17 PM, April 25, 2022
The Earth Educators' Rendezvous offers a great opportunity to connect with K-12 colleagues and interact with other Earth educators.