Start the New Year with Climate Change Workshops and Events

Workshops and webinars for educators

Have you set your professional development goals for 2014? Here are some great workshops and events to start the year: Exploring the Aurora through Art and Writing Come learn about Space Weather and how it relates to Earth’s climate! This one-day workshop for elementary teachers and educators will explore the Sun-Earth connection, the role Earth’s magnetic field plays, and how space weather influences our planet in very real ways. This workshop will draw upon the Dancing Lights suite of standards-based activities. Materials for your classroom will be provided along with information about … [Read more...]

Join other educators in learning about teaching climate

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Energy Education Webinar

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Guidelines for Excellence in Environmental Education: Teacher and Nonformal Educator Workshop

This FREE one day workshop will provide an introduction to the NAAEE ‘s Guidelines for Excellence in K-12 Learning and Nonformal Environmental Education Settings. When: May 7, 2011 Where: Nederland, Colorado What: The NAAEE Guidelines for Excellence provide a set of recommendations for developing and administering high quality environmental education programs in schools, museums, parks, camps and nature centers. … [Read more...]

Summer Course for Teachers: National Park Service Views of Earth Science Resources

The Rocky Mountain Middle School Math & Science Partnership is offering great opportunities for continuing education this summer, including “Earth Science in Context: National Park Service Views of Earth Science Resources." Learn about the natural resources found within America's national parks, and delve into the decisions resource managers make to preserve those resources. Natural resources explored in this course include: air quality, water quality, caves and karst, fossils, stratigraphy, volcanism, glaciers, coastal geology, and global climate change. Click here to learn more and … [Read more...]

2011 Fire Ecology Institute for Educators

Join 4th-12th grade educators at Ft. Lewis College in Durango, Colorado to learn how to teach about “hot topics” and “burning issues”! June 13-17, 2011 Registration deadline is April 29th. For more information, visit http://fireecologyinstitute.blogspot.com/ ]]> … [Read more...]

5 Day Field Course: "Environmental Education in the Rockies"

The Kent Mountain Adventure Center and the Colorado State University Environmental Learning Center present "Environmental Education in the Rockies" May 16-21 Learn skills and techniques to effectively teach and engage others about the environment while earning credit for NRRT365-Environmental Education. Participants will spend one day in the classroom in Fort Collins followed by five days of field work at the KMAC campus in Estes Park. This course requires participants to: Live in a group camp environment with shared responsibilities, camp on hard surfaces, hike daily, hike 8 miles with a … [Read more...]

April Workshops from CLEAN, RAFT, Project WILD, Project Learning Tree, and RMNA

CLEAN "Teaching Energy Awareness: Understanding Sources and Uses" April 11-12 and 18-19 Description: For undergraduate faculty, an online workshop will be held April 11 - 12 and 18 - 19: "Teaching Energy Awareness: Understanding Sources and Uses.” … [Read more...]

Upcoming Webinars from GreenTeacher.com

GreenTeacher.com offers free, one hour webinars led by innovative and experienced educators. … [Read more...]

"Changing Planet" Video and Lesson Series

We'd like to inform you about a potentially useful video resource for your classroom titled, "Changing Planet." It is funded and carried out by NSF's Office of Legislative and Public Affairs, in partnership with NBC Learn. The project … [Read more...]