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.
Upper Arkansas TEN: Look What's HereTuesday, June 19
This course, offered by Colorado Parks & Wildlife and Upper Arkansas TEN, will us the natural settings of the Upper Arkansas region to showcase environmental and hands-on activities for teachers to use with students in the field and classroom. Fire, wildlife management, geology and using the outdoor classroom will be highlighted.
CDE and School of Mines Credit available.
Pueblo TEN: What's Your Problem?Monday, July 9
This course, offered by Colorado Parks & Wildlife and Pueblo TEN, in conjunction with Pueblo City Schools and Pueblo School District 70, will focus on problem solving and current environmental issues. Participants will visit local sites and be exposed to a variety of hands-on activities that are applicable to science, social studies, math, history and language arts. The goal of TEN (Teaching Environmental Science Naturally) is to help teachers promote student understanding and appreciation of science and the natural environment by increasing local field-oriented education opportunities in the schools.
CDE and School of Mines credit available.
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.