Professional Development Workshops
Educator workshops are available for all to attend. Workshops are offered through the Kellogg Environmental Center or may be arranged to take place at schools, businesses, community centers or non-profit locations throughout Connecticut. Use the link above to see agency workshops or view upcoming educator workshops
- Workshop attendance fee is $40.00 per person. The fee is reduced if two or more attendees are from the same school or organization.
- Find a current session by visiting the Calendar of Events.
- Workshops provide national educational resource materials, local supplemental materials, resource contacts, and classroom support as needed.
- Full workshops are structured for five hour time periods with arrangements being available for shorter sessions. See specifics using resource links below.
Green Leaf schools receive educational support and consultations as well as discounts to workshops, as schools develop their sites.
FE3: Facilitating Environmental Education Excellence -- NEW!!!
We are glad to announce a new professional development opportunity available to formal and informal educators, alike. This new workshop focuses on the topical integration of environmental education in the classroom as a supportive structure for the implementation of Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core curriculum. Through a five hour workshop, a collection of our resources are demonstrated to illustrate the integration of classroom content to cross cutting themes and outcomes. We focus on the use of these materials to support classroom curriculum and the field experience. Educators participate in activities which strengthen real world applications for their students. Workshops are arranged by contacting any of the state coordinators listed below.
National Professional Development Workshops
Organizations, schools, and outreach professionals may arrange for a specific resource based, professional development workshop featuring the use and implementation of any of the following resources. Up to date content and applications to Connecticut based issues and educational uses serve as the format to each resource material listed below. A full day or shorter sessions are available for scheduling throughout the year by contacting the coordinators directly. To obtain materials listed below, workshops must be arranged directly with the state coordinators.
Early Childhood Professional Development Workshops
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is the official state sponsor of: Project WILD, Aquatic WILD, and Project WET. CT DEEP is the co-sponsor of Project Learning Tree with the Connecticut Forest and Park Association. Workshops are arranged by contacting the state coordinators.
Content last updated November 2017