WCEE Workshop Series

Date(s) ​Course/Workshop Details ​Location


Date
Professional Development Opportunity
Location

​Summer 2017

​Professional Development in Environmental Education Series

  • June 3: Project WET/WILD
  • June 14: 3-D Learning with PLT
  • June 22: Broaden Your Reach Through Birds
  • June 27: Teaching for a Sustainable Future
  • July 12: Integrating Energy into your K-4 Classroom
  • July 19: Native Perennials for Your School Garden
  • July 25: Invasive Species in Your Forest
  • July 26: What's That Tree? 
  • August 14: Renewable Energy Education in the Classroom

Workshop Descriptions

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​Various Central WI Locations

Education for Sustainability (EfS) 

Date(s) ​Course/Workshop Details ​Location

Date
Professional Development Opportunity
Location
June 16-18, 2017

​NRES 410/610 Exploring Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living at the Energy Fair

Flyer and Registration Form

​Custer, Wis.

Energy Education 

See course flyers for information about tuition scholarship availability for energy education courses

Date(s) ​Course/Workshop Details Location

Date
Professional Development Opportunity
Location

​May 11, 2017

​Tomahawk, Wis.

​June 27 & 28, 2017

NRES 632 Doable Renewables: Renewable Energy Education in the Classroom​

Course Flyer & Registration Form

​Wausau, Wis.

​September 27-October 29, 2017

​NRES 635 Renewable Energy Education

Flyer | Registration

​Online

Forestry Education 

 See course flyers for information about scholarships

Date(s) ​Course/Workshop Details ​Location

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Date
Professional Development Opportunity
Location

​Scheduled by Request

​LEAF Curriculum Workshop or In-Service

More information

​Your site

​Scheduled by Request

​LEAF School Grounds Workshop

More Information

​Your Site

​Scheduled by Request

School Forest In-Service

More information

​Your site

Green & Healthy Schools Wisconsin

Date(s) ​Course/Workshop Details ​Location

Date
Professional Development Opportunity
Location

​September 27, 2017

​Composting in Schools

This workshop will provide information to school staff, teachers and administrators about how to incorporate more "green and healthy" initiatives into our schools specifically on composting in schools. Whether it is a classroom worm bin, school site demonstration compost, or full scale cafeteria compost, participants will learn ways to incorporate composting in schools to divert waste from the landfill and advance educational opportunities. Participants will be given work time to develop ideas for their classroom and/or school community.  

Workshop Leader: Recycling Connections Corporation, Angie Lemar

Registration will open 6 weeks before the event! Mark your calendar and check back on August 16.

​La Crosse, Wis.

​October 27, 2017

​Green & Healthy Schools Solutions Summit

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​Oregon, Wis.

​November 29, 2017

​Location and Topic TBD

Registration will open 6 weeks before the event. Mark your calendar and check back on October 18.

​TBD

​February 28, 2018

​Location and Topic TBD

Registration will open 6 weeks before the event. Mark your calendar and check back on January 17.

TBD​

​March 9, 2018

​Green & Healthy Schools Solutions Summit

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​Colby, Wis.

​April 25, 2018

​Location and Topic TBD

Registration will open 6 weeks before the event. Mark your calendar and check back on March 14.

​TBD

Project Learning Tree

Date(s) ​Course/Workshop Details ​Location


Date
Professional Development Opportunity
Location

On Demand

ONLINE FORMAT:  Project Learning Tree K-8 Training

Information and Registration Link​

Online


On Demand

ONLINE FORMAT: Project Learning Tree Early Childhood Training

Information and Registration Link

​Online

​Scheduled By Request

Project Learning Tree Training for Your Staff

Contact wcee-plt@uwsp.edu for more information

​Your Site


UWSP College of Natural Resources Master of Science Degree Programs​

UW-Stevens Point offers graduate courses within four Master of Science Degree Programs​. Courses may be taken as part of these programs or as non-degree credit for your professional development. Some of the courses may also be taken for undergraduate credit. Applied Master of Science Degree Programs include 1) Environmental Education for K-12 Teachers, 2) Environmental Education and Interpretation, and 3) Natural Resources Leadership and Administration. A 2-year on-campus Master of Science program in environmental education/interpretation is also available. On-campus graduate students are eligible for competitively awarded assistantships.​