Exciting Workshops For Educators!
Get Out and Join the Fun!
Build your skill set, learn a new subject, and have fun – all at the same
time! Check out these upcoming workshops for educators and others!
Treehaven Field Station near Tomahawk, WI, January
This workshop through the Wisconsin Association for
Environmental Education (WAEE) offers opportunities to enjoy
the winter weather whether you are indoors or outdoors.
Cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and sledding are among
the many activities that are available for families or
individuals to enjoy.
Find out more...
Essential Concepts of
Sustainability, Online Course
Presented by Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education,
January 19-March 1, 2014 (four evening sessions from 7-8pm)
Explore the buzzword "sustainability" in this multi-session
online class. This course examines the ecological,
economical, and social facets of sustainability, and then
applies "specific habits of mind" that are essential for
thinking sustainably. Better understand sustainability and
feel confident about teaching it.
Learn more or register here.
Enrichment Series (Winter Enrichment Lecture)
Madison Arboretum Visitor Center, 1207 Seminole Highway,
Attend any or all of the ten
lectures in this fantastic winter series. Lecture topics
include landscape design, population dynamics of grey
wolves, earthworms, connecting people to birds through
mobile technology, planet genetics and evolution, and
archaeology. Lectures will be given by UW-Madison & Edgewood
professors & grad students as well as a Columbia University
professor and Wisconsin DNR faculty member. Learn more about
UW-Stevens Point, Online
Learning & Outdoor Classrooms
K-12 Forestry Education Program, offers many classes for
professional development. This spring's courses include
winter ecology and tree identification, forestry principles,
and human influence on Wisconsin's forests.
Click here for a complete list of courses and
information on registration.
WI K-12 Energy Education
Program - various locations
Each of the following courses is one graduate credit from
UW-Stevens Point. Scholarships are available (contact
jmollica[at]uwsp.edu eligibility and availability) and visit
"Professional Development" at
www.uwsp.edu/cnr/wcee/keep/ for more information. Online
courses available, too.
Green & Healthy Schools Workshop
Earth Gauge and the
COMET Program are providing a series of free online courses
and training materials that address the connections between
weather and environment. These courses count for continuing
education credit thrugh the American Metorological Society's
certified broadcast meteorologist program. These one- and
two-hour classes are free, but registration is required.
Climate Change: Fitting the Pieces Together
Weather and Health
and the Built Environment
Watersheds: Connecting Weather
to the Environment
more and register...
Ongoing - Midwest Renewable Energy Association
MREA is a national leader in
providing high quality education and training programs for
consumers, businesses, and renewable energy system
installers. MREA offers workshops that cover a variety of
topics in renewable energy including:
- Photovoltaics or PV (solar electric)
- Residential Wind Systems
Domestic Hot Water/Solar Thermal Systems
Assessor Training & Certification
- Installer Training
- Renewable Energy Business
- Alternative Construction
information on workshop offerings visit:
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