Below is a list of workshops (often offered for university credit) planned for the coming semester.

Alaska Animals! Professional Development Workshop for Educators

The lessons and materials compliment the Anchorage School District Alaska Animals Unit, using the Alaska Wildlife Curriculum, Growing WILD and the New Alaska’s Bears-Teacher’s Guide! One graduate level credit offered through UAA, but not required to join in.

Learn about resources to add depth and breadth to your lessons and training on how to integrate those materials such as trail cameras, fur and skull kits and more. Gain valuable content background on Alaska Animals and engage inquiry methods, as your students begin to think like a scientist!

When: April 6 at 4:30-8:30, Anchorage Alaska Zoo
April 7 at 9:00-5:00 PM Anchorage Alaska Zoo
Assignment due May 4, 2018
Pre-registration is required: Please reserve your space in this class by registering and paying the $50 materials fee on Event Brite

Contact or call 907-267-2216 for assistance.


Unbelievable Ungulates! (All about caribou, moose, muskox and wood bison!)

Join the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and the National Park Service in exploring the biology, adaptations, management, habitat and wildlife safety of Northwest Alaska’s ungulate populations.

When: Friday March 23rd, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm and Saturday March 24th, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (and a follow-up teleconference).

Where: Beringia Room, Bering Land Bridge Visitor Center, 214 Front Street, Nome, Alaska.
Fee: $74 credit fee (one 500 level graduate continuing education credit through UAA); $50 materials fee per teacher. The materials fee provides you with take-home books and materials. If you do not
wish to take the class for credit, you will be charged only a materials fee.

Sponsored by: The Alaska Department of Fish and Game, National Park Service, and University of
Alaska Anchorage

Pre-registration is required: Please reserve your space in this class by registering and paying the $50 materials fee on Event Brite and with UAA or contact or call 907-267-2216 for assistance.

This workshop introduces the national, award-winning environmental education programs Alaska
Wildlife Curriculum and Project WILD designed to assist PreK-12 students in developing awareness,
knowledge make informed decision about the environment.

• Applicable to all grade levels from early childhood through High School
• Useful in teaching multiple skills and content areas
• Take home curriculum materials
• Upper Level Continuing Education credit available
• Build lessons around locally relevant subjects
• Learn fun new ways to present material
• Explore Alaska’s natural areas and rn more about what makes them special!


Alaska Project Learning Tree and Project Wild Facilitator Workshop

(Postponed until spring- email if you would like to be notified of the new date.