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Come and learn with us! We offer professional development opportunities for teachers that provide the skills to create inquiry-based science and environmental education curricula for students.
Our professional development programs are aligned with both state and national standards and are designed to arm teachers with tips, tools, and resources for indoor and outdoor environmental education instruction.
Select the workshop you are interested in to learn more program details and to register.
|Areas of Study||Workshop Title||Grade||Location||Date||Cost|
|Life Science & Ecology, Watershed Studies||Authentic Field Investigations: Elwha Herbivore Exclosures||K-12||Olympic National Park||March 15, 2014||FREE (includes tuition and lunch; 6 clock hours available)|
|Watershed Studies||Elwha Series Part One: Using Models to Examine the Elwha River Watershed||K-12||Seattle||March 22, 2014||$50 (4 clock hours are available for $4 each)|
|Watershed Studies||Elwha Series Part Two: Explore the Elwha River||K-12||Olympic National Park||April 11-13, 2014||$125 (includes tuition, meals, and lodging; 14 clock hours are available for $4 each)|
|Life Science||Nature of the Island Fox||3-12||Santa Barbara Zoo||April 12, 2014||
$15 (proceeds benefit island fox convervation). Time: 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
|Marine Science||Tidepool Treasures: Exploring the Marine Environment||K-12||Olympic National Park||June 27-29, 2014||$125 (includes tuition, meals, and lodging; 14 clock hours are available for $4 each)|
|Life Science & Ecology||Mobile After School Workshops||4-12||Los Angeles||Flexible dates scheduled with your school||Free!|