Below is a list of workshops (often offered for university credit) planned for the coming year. Check back often since workshops will be posted to this site at least 30 days before they happen. We will add details for each of those listed below when we receive them.


Energy Literacy and Application in K-12 Classrooms

Join the Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) for a free virtual teacher training workshop November 12th-14th.  This workshop will cover how to incorporate energy literacy, energy conservation and efficiency, and renewable energy lessons into your virtual or in-person classroom. Participants will receive an educator kit filled with tools and resources to aid in classroom delivery as well as one free continuing education credit through UAA. This workshop is open to traditional and non-traditional K-12 educators.

Find more information and registration here:

Alaska Wildlife Curriculum Tour

Take a tour of the Alaska Wildlife Curriculum Guides in fun and active 5 part series. This professional development opportunity, taught by all of the ADF&G Wildlife Educators, will demonstrate the staff tips and tricks to get students outside to learn featuring a different Guide each month. You won’t sit endlessly in front of a monitor to learn about the many resources ADF&G staff have to offer AND you’ll probably have fun in the outdoors yourself! -Edge your way into Ecology! -Find out about Alaska’s Forests! – Tread lightly on the Tundra! – Figure out Wildlife for the Future! -and Wade into Wetlands!

Meeting dates via Zoom: Nov 17 4:30-6:00pm, Dec 15 4:30-6pm, Jan 12/2021 4:30-6:00pm, Feb 16 4:30-6:00pm, Mar 16 4:30-6:00pm Final project due April 14, 2021

Contact: Brenda L Duty, Project WILD and Youth Education Coordinator  907-267-2216