These free online courses are for formal and informal educators looking to integrate citizen science and field investigations into the Eco-Schools USA program by becoming a GLOBE-trained teacher. The courses are designed to help teachers engage their students in Green STEM with learning opportunities that are rigorous, yet fun and take students out of the classroom and into the natural world.
Upon successful completion of the course requirements, educators will receive a certificate of completion for 8 professional learning hours.
To participate in one of these courses, register or log in to the National Wildlife Federation's Wildlife University. These online courses are presented by Eco-Schools USA and the GLOBE program. Training courses will take place on two e-learning platforms, the National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife University and GLOBE’s Protocol e-Training.
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