Training Opportunities

Upcoming & Ongoing Trainings

Teaching With Nature: Parts I & II

June 21-24

August 11-14

Two 4-day immersive retreat-like professional development workshops will take place this summer: Teaching with Nature I: An Introduction to Nature Connection and Outdoor Learning (August 11-14) and Teaching with Nature II: Social-Emotional Learning and Nature Connection (June 21-24). Hosted by Juniper Hill School for Place-based Education.

For more information and to register for Teaching with Nature I: An Introduction to Nature Connection and Outdoor Learning

For more information and to register for Teaching with Nature II: Social-Emotional Learning and Nature Connection

Community of Practice for Schools and Districts Moving Learning Outside

Every other Tuesday

2 p.m.

Every other Tuesday, the National COVID-19 Outdoor Learning Initiative convenes an open and welcoming discussion forum for schools, school districts, and county and state education departments from around the country that would like to share information with one another.

 

For more information and to register

Individualized Support & Connection

Many Maine-based organizations offer individual support for educators in the state. Check out the list of organizations and individual experts, and reach out.

We are ready, able, and excited to help grow your practice. 

Virtual Professional Development

Project Learning Tree offers various pre-recorded online trainings to support educators in incorporating nature based and climate education in their instruction. Many modules are based on student grade (K-8).

Workshops & Training for Teachers

Maine Audubon educators can provide trainings to help your school or organization build programming and instructional capacity. Please reach out to discuss which workshop topics might be most helpful.

 
Recorded Trainings & Webinars

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