Discover more for your classroom with Nature + STEAM Educator Workshops
Discover how the study of nature can enhance STEAM curriculum and explore connections between art, science and technology that are essential for scientific study of nature in the modern world. Workshops are open to educators who work in a variety of settings, including schools, community centers, or informal learning settings. Five Act 48 credit hours are earned at each workshop. Registration is required.
Fees and Registration
Workshops are provided at no-cost to educators who are currently employed at a school, community, or museum-based learning organization and who are able to test resources presented in the workshop with students. Workshop participants are also eligible to apply for scholarship funding to help students access related resources, including field trips to Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Powdermill Nature Reserve.
After you register, a museum educator will be in touch with a few questions to confirm your eligibility and interest in scholarships for learning resources.
For questions about specific programs, contact Program Registration at 412.622.3288 or email ProgramRegistration@carnegiemuseums.org.
Funding for Nature + STEAM workshops comes from the Grable Foundation, the National Science Foundation, and the Community Foundation of Westmoreland County.There are no upcoming events at this time.