Project WILD, Growing Up WILD, Teaching Environmental Science Naturally, Colorado Archery in the Schools Program and other training opportunities for educators.
For a complete list of available workshops, check out the Colorado Parks and Wildlife calendar.
'WILD About Insects' Workshop - Delta OUT (Outdoor Understanding for Teachers)Friday, July 20
Discover how insects play many important roles in an ecosystem as we explore local field sites through hands-on learning activities! This experiential professional development workshop, designed for K-12 teachers, will provide you with the opportunity to:
•Build up your background knowledge for teaching about insects in place-based settings.
•Learn new academic activities and investigative teaching techniques from the recently updated 'Project WILD Guide' (honey bees, monarchs, and dragonflies- OH MY!).
•Take home instructional resources and tools for teaching both inside and outside of the classroom.
$10 Registration Fee
Basic Archery Instructor CourseThursday, August 9
Join nationally-certified Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff to become a Basic Archery Instructor for the National Archery in the Schools Program. This program is intended for 4th-12th grade teachers.