Discover more for your classroom with Natural History Teacher Workshops.Carnegie Museum of Natural History offers dynamic teacher workshops introducing cutting edge science, provide an insider's view of museum collections and research, and support educators in their application of these unique resources in the classroom and beyond. 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. After you register, a museum educator will be in touch with a few questions to confirm your eligibility.
Funding for City Nature Challenge workshops is provided by the Grable Foundation. Funding for the Mammal Evolution workshop is provided by the National Science Foundation.
For questions about specific programs, contact Program Registration at 412.622.3288 or email ProgramRegistration@carnegiemuseums.org.
Upcoming Teacher Workshops
Help your students contribute to science! This workshop will explore the surprising biodiversity of habitats like sidewalk cracks, suburban parking lots, and the diverse array of green spaces that cross our landscape in and around the city. Learn techniques for recording and analyzing nature observations. Use the iNaturalist app to contribute data to crowdsourced science efforts, and also sketch with pencil and paper. This workshop will introduce classroom activities that will help your students participate in a global effort to…Find out more »