Exploring Lake Ecology Through Ice Fishing Workshop - March 5, 2022

Exploring Lake Ecology Through Ice Fishing with Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

Join us for the fifth workshop in our NHEE Winter Learning Series!

Winter Wildlife Sign and Tracking Workshop - February 26, 2022

Winter Wildlife Sign and Tracking

Join us for the fourth workshop in our NHEE Winter Learning Series!

Climate Science and the Arts Workshop - February 16, 2022

Climate Science and the Arts: Using Creative Communication to Teach Climate Issues

Join us for the third workshop in our NHEE Winter Learning Series!

Winter Woes to Winter Wonderful Workshop - February 5, 2022

Winter Woes to Winter Wonderful: Using Nature to Increase Joy, Energy and Focus

Join us for the second workshop in our NHEE Winter Learning series!

With the holidays now a distant memory and the promising energy of spring months away, many of us (including our students!), may be feeling the mid-winter blahs. What should be a season of rest has become a time of restlessness!

New Hampshire’s Wildlife in a Changing Climate Workshop - January 14, 2022

New Hampshire’s Wildlife in a Changing Climate

Join us for the first workshop in our NHEE Winter Learning Series!

Wade Institute for Science Education Customized Professional Learning Services

We help schools transition to implementing inquiry-based and phenomena-based STEM instruction. Our interactive science professional learning programs provide resources for educators to engage the curiosity and wonder of students by bringing hands-on, minds-on curriculum into current teaching situations! These professional learning experiences are tailored to teachers' needs within a school district and are offered both on-site and remotely.

Our Customized Professional Learning Services:
 

Cool Contests to Engauge Students!

Samsung Solve for Tomorrow!

Apply by November 15, 2021

Belmont High School Outdoor Environmental Club presents a Climate Summit on October 28, 2021!

Chris Pare and William Riley, Co-Presidents of the Outdoor Environmental Club at Belmont High School, are launching another Belmont Climate Summit on October 28th. The Climate Summit brings climatology leaders from around the state to teach and inspire young people.

Hybrid Workshop for Educators This October: Project WILD: Using Your School’s Outdoor Space for Learning

Educators of students in grades K – 4 interested in incorporating nature, wildlife, and science activities into their curriculum are invited to join the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department for a hybrid professional development workshop this October. This Project WILD: Using Your School’s Outdoor Space for Learning seminar is intended for instructors who want to build on a child’s sense of wonder about nature, encouraging them to explore wildlife and the world around them by using an outdoor classroom, schoolyard, or natural area.

 

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