Green STEM | Using Environment-Based Education to Boost Student Engagement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Registration is now open. The course will be available from 1/23/19-3/20/19.
The course is designed to introduce you to Green STEM and strategies for classroom implementation. During the course you will explore case studies written by practicing educators in NYC who have taken on using the environment as the context for teaching. In addition, you will look more closely at project-based and place-based learning strategies and practice adapting content to fit your present teaching assignment.
Learn more about The GLOBE program, and the courses offered to connect Earth systems science with schools’ efforts to protect and conserve wildlife and transform learning spaces, making them healthier, more sustainable and more just.
Learn more about Beauty's amazing story from Janie Veltkamp at Birds of Prey Northwest.
STEM Activities - Biomedical Engineering for Grades 6-8 and an accompanying Engineering Notebook can be used to learn more about Beauty's prosthetic beak and the prosthetic appendages of other animal species.
Green STEM Course
Join the online professional development course designed to accompany the Green STEM Guidebook.
Green STEM Guidebook
How environment-based education boosts student engagement and academic achievement in STEM
Wildlife have unique and fascinating talents. Can you guess their extraordinary skills?Take the Quiz
Conservation success depends on many advocates—and contemporary artists want us all engaged.Read More
Discover six ways to tell the difference between these three species.Read More
Place your order today for the themed box that delivers everything you need to create family memories while discovering nature and wildlife.Learn More
You don't have to travel far to join us for an event. Attend an upcoming event with one of our regional centers.