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.


April Webinars: Introduction to Caterpillars Count! Citizen Science Project

You are invited to learn about the project *Caterpillars Count!*, which enlists members of the public to count insects and other arthropods found on the foliage of trees and shrubs.

Learn how to set up a site, conduct bug surveys, and submit and visualize your data with a free mobile app at one of three webinars in April!


2021 Virtual Drinking Water Festival

Over the past three decades, thousands of students have learned about protecting water at the New Hampshire Drinking Water Festival. This year the Festival is virtual and kicks off today! The 2021 Virtual Festival also includes the third annual Poetry Contest for third, fourth and fifth graders, making this a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Math) educational opportunity.

March 24th Webinar Designing An Outdoor Classroom Recording Available

Designing An Outdoor Classroom by Marilyn Wyzga, Landscaping with Nature

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