July Teacher Professional Development Opportunities!

GNO STEM has announced two new professional development opportunities for teachers in July!

Caminada Headlands Virtual Field Trip for Middle School Teachers

Thursday, July 7, 2022 | 12:00PM-4:00PM

UNO Oliver St. Pe’/TRAC Center

Teachers will engage with online and hands-on activities as they discover the critical role that barrier islands play in protecting and preserving our coastal ecosystems. Teachers will receive a classroom kit supporting 5 hands-on investigations for up to 30 students as well as resources to include full-color printed teacher/student guides, the online interactive virtual tour, and instructional videos.

Upon completion of the 1-day workshop, teachers will receive a $120 stipend. Lunch will be provided on the day of the event. Space is limited, so sign up now!

Register here! 


Climate Change and You! for Middle School Teachers

Tuesday, July 12 and Wednesday, July 13, 2022 | 9:00AM-1:00PM

UNO Oliver St. Pe’/TRAC Center

Teachers will embark on a journey through a middle school unit focusing on climate change where students engage in activities addressing causes and effects of and potential solutions to climate change with a goal of empowering them to take action to impact critical issues facing our global and local communities. Participating teachers will experience the lessons as a student, interact with other participants to share implementation ideas, and receive a Teacher’s Guide for this NGSS and Phenomena-Based unit funded by the National Geographic Society.

Upon completion of the 2-day workshop, teachers will receive a $150 stipend. There is a $20 deposit that will be refunded to teachers upon completion of the PD. Space is limited, so sign up now! Preference will be given to classroom middle school science/STEM teachers.


Learn more about July professional development opportunities, here.