Professional  Development  Opportunities

Continuing Education


Colorado State University is offering a great master's program in natural science education.  "CSU's online master's in science education helps you improve your knowledge of biology, chemistry, physics, and environmental science.  You will develop creative teaching strategies to be a more effective science education."

Check it out at:  https://www.online.colostate.edu/degrees/natural-sciences-education/ 

REGION 1 - Science Events (Lectures, etc.)

Colorado CafĂ© Scientifique in Denver - Provides monthly lectures on science topics held either at Blake Street Station or Brooklyn’s, open to the public, no charge other than refreshments you may choose to purchase

Colorado Scientific Society - Meets on the 3rd Thursday at 7 p.m. at Shepherd of the Hills Church, 11500 W. 20th Ave., Lakewood CO, except when noted.

CU Geological Science Colloquium - Meets in the Benson Earth Sciences Auditorium (180) every Wednesday at 4:00 pm

CSU Dept. of Geoscience Seminars - Unless otherwise noted, all seminars start at 12:30 in Natural Resources Rm 320

REGION 2 - Science Events (Lectures, etc.)

Peak Area Leadership in Science PALS facilitates Hub meetings, free professional development throughout the school year for Pikes Peak area secondary science teachers

Science, Technology, Engineering, Math...It's eleSTEMary - eleSTEMary promotes greater STEM education awareness among elementary educators as they work to incorporate 21st Century Skills into their teaching 

Other Professional Development Resources can also be found at the link below.  You must be logged in to your membership account, however.

Member Only Resources

 

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