Teacher Trainings

Be Inspired by Alaska's Wild Classrooms

teachersjpgShare methods, tools, and curriculum for classroom learning with other teachers from Alaska and nationwide. Earn 1-3 professional development credits from the University of Alaska as you explore Alaska by foot or kayak.

Teacher Trainings are led by Alaska’s best naturalists, geologists, and wildlife biologists, plus experienced educators. We take care of the lodging and transportation so you can focus on bringing Alaska’s forests, mountains, and tundra back to your classroom. Every ecosystem and classroom is unique, so each Teacher Training is custom-designed. Scholarships are available for teachers attending courses in Denali National Park and Preserve.

Information about 2014 courses will be available by December 1.

The 2013 Alaska Geographic Teacher Trainings

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Climate Change: Seeing, Understanding, and Teaching
Denali National Park & Preserve
July 6 - 9

 

We also have more than 20 Field Seminars accredited for professional development credit. 

Teacher Trainings operated by Discovery Southeast

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Tongass National Forest
 Dates: June 3 - 9

fs-logo-largejpgExploring Prince William Sound
Chu
gach National Forest
Dates: June 11 - 17

fs-logo-largejpgGlaciers & Climate Change in Wild Alaska
Tongass National Forest
Dates: June 22 - 29

 fs-logo-largejpgWhales of Icy Strait
Tongass National Forest
Dates: July 24 - 29



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