Teachers Invited to Power of Water Workshops

Water workshops

Teachers are invited to join the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences for workshops in July and August that address the power of water. Learn how water impacted stream ecosystems and geomorphology as a result of the great flood of 2013 and the ways in which water and invasive species can affect stream flows and stream structure. Hear from CU-Boulder scientists and learn about activities your students can do related to their research. These workshops are geared toward secondary science teachers but are open to all K-12 teachers. Sign up for one or both workshops, but … [Read more...]

Teachers Invited to Climate Change Impacts in the Southwest Workshop Feb. 18


Join us for a free NASA-sponsored workshop about climate impacts in the Southwest. Take part in a Q&A with local climate scientists and educators followed by an interactive presentation by Dr. Fred Lipschultz, from the US Global Change Research Program, and an exploration of teaching and citizen-science resources by Dr. Minda Berbeco, from the National Center for Science Education. When:  Wednesday, Feb. 18 from 5-6:45 p.m. (MST) Where:  University of Colorado Boulder, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) Auditorium Room 338 (map) > Register … [Read more...]

Register for the Climate and Colorado’s Water Future Workshop, Tour the National Ice Core Laboratory


Learn about how climate data is extracted from the polar regions and how climate impacts water resources and the environment. Join the Colorado Foundation for Water Education on Friday, March 13 for the annual Climate and Colorado's Water Future workshop, including a tour of the National Ice Core Laboratory in Denver. Learn about how researchers use ice cores to understand the composition and temperature of Earth's atmosphere; explore drought, climate change, the water cycle and ecosystem; and come away with new tools to better teach and communicate about climate. Teachers can earn … [Read more...]

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...]