Teacher Training Workshops
Project WILD, Growing Up WILD, Teaching Environmental Science Naturally, Colorado Archery in the Schools Program and other training opportunities for educators.
SAVE THE DATE: Pueblo TEN
Tuesday, June 13
SAVE THE DATE: Shedding Light on the Prairie
This year's Pueblo TEN class will focus on discovering the prairie. We will learn about wildlife and flora of the prairie, geology, agriculture, and local history.
Registration will be open in late spring. Please contact Tracy Predmore to be put on the notification list for registration.
Upper Arkansas TEN - SAVE THE DATE
Tuesday, July 11
Save the Date: Celebrating 20 Years of Connecting Kids to Nature
This year's Upper Arkansas TEN class will be a greatest hits from past year. We will learn about wildlife crime scene investigation, the Arkansas River, and local natural resources related history.
Registration will open in late spring. Contact Tracy Predmore to be put on the notification list for registration.
NASP 'Basic Archery Instructor' Training: February 23, 2023 (Delta, CO)
This 'National Archery in the Schools Program' training will show you how to set up the range, teach the program, and use the equipment. Register and find more information.
Delta OUT 'Outdoor Understanding for Teachers' Bear Aware Workshop: March 25, 2023 (Cedaredge, CO)
K-12 teachers are invited to join CPW to explore and understand black bears in Colorado through hands-on learning activities from the Project WILD Curriculum & Activity Guide. Experts will present background knowledge and participants will experience new lesson plans and other resources for teaching about bears and how to co-exist responsibly. Register for the workshop.
NASP 'Archery Instructor Refresher' Training: May 5, 2023 (Moffat, CO)
This training is for those who have already taken a NASP 'BAI' course with CPW and are actively involved in teaching the program. The workshop will include a review of the basics, with a 'deep dive' into advanced coaching practices and topics. Register for the training.
For a complete list of available workshops, check out the Colorado Parks and Wildlife calendar.