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Teacher Resources
Fishing clinic at Golden Gate Canyon State Park

​​​​​​​Educator Training Opportunities

  • Teacher Workshops are scheduled throughout Colorado to train formal and non-formal educators in Project WILD, Growing Up WILD, Teaching Environmental Science Naturally (TEN), Outdoor Understanding for Teachers (OUT), Colorado Archery in the Schools Program and more. 

  • Project WILD is an award-winning wildlife education resource for teachers. For, Project WILD Facilitators there are Workshop Planning Tools, and educators interested in leading these fun and interactive professional development workshops can Become a Volunteer Facilitator.

  • Colorado Archery in the Schools Program (CASP) – Training for middle school and high school P.E. teachers to learn how to teach archery safely and successfully using your school gymnasium or playing field.

  • CPW Teacher Institutes ​called Teaching Environmental Science Naturally (T.E.N.) or Outdoor Understanding for Teachers (OUT) are inter​agency, site-based, outdoor institute programs​​ for teachers. The training program utilizes the curriculum guides from Project WILD, Project Learning Tree, and local resources.

  • River Watch, is a statewide volunteer water quality-monitoring program. Learn about the program at the River Watch Web site or by contacting Michaela Taylor at (303) 291-7322.

Educator Resources