Workshop Schedule & Registration Information

 

Upcoming Workshops & Events

Pre-registration is required for all KACEE workshops.

KACEE thanks all of our education program and workshop sponsors for helping us to provide high quality professional development for educators at an affordable price.   

  

 

 

Sep 21 in Topeka - NGSS in the Elementary Classroom - CANCELED

  • September 21, 2019  8am-12pm in Topeka ~ Plus 12 hours of ONLINE course work ~ Click HERE for more information about online course work
  • Registration Deadline Sep 13
  • Focused on teachers grades K-5.  Two separate sessions, one for K-2 & one for 3-5.
  • Open to all K-5 formal and non-formal educators
  • One graduate credit hour available through Baker University for an additional $75
  • You'll receive the Project Learning Tree E-Book and online training, a Project Learning Tree E-Unit (SPECIFIC TO YOUR GRADE BAND), and a hard copy of Project WILD
  • Blended professional development opportunity that mixes a face to face experience with online learning with outstanding resources, investigations, lesson plans and teaching units to engage your students in making your school greener and healthier--your school might even save some money too! Let's get going with Green Schools!
  • Learn how to use the environment to engage children in learning--both outside and indoors!
  • Grab your colleagues and join us for this fun, engaging and learning experience!
  • Questions? Contact Ashlyn Kite-Hartwich akite@kacee.org or 785-889-4384

 This workshop is offered by KACEE and co-sponsored by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, Kansas Forest Service, National Project Learning Tree, and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Bureaus of Water and Air.

         

Workshop Flyer:           (click HERE to download the workshop flyer)      

 

 

 

 

Nov 1 in Wichita - NGSS & EE in the Classroom (Kansas Enviornmental Education Pre-Conference Workshop)

 
  • November 1, 2019 9am-3:30pm, Sedgwick County Zoo, Wichita ~ Plus 2 hours of ONLINE course work ~ Click HERE for more information about online course work
  • Registration Deadline Oct 18
  • Open to all K-12 formal and non-formal educators
  • Two separate sessions, one for K-5 & one for 6-12.
  • Learn how to use environmental education to teach NGSS
  • Incorporate NGSS with the Kansas Green Schools Program
  • You'll receive Project Learning Tree, a Project Learning Tree E-Unit, Project WILD, WILD Aquatic, and Project WET.
  • One graduate credit hour available through Baker University for an additional $75. Attendance at the workshop and FULL attendance at the Kansas Environmental Education Conference are required for graduate credit.
  • Questions? Contact Ashlyn Kite-Hartwich akite@kacee.org or 785-889-4384
This workshop is offered by KACEE and co-sponsored by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, Kansas Forest Service, National Project Learning Tree, and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Bureaus of Water and Air.

 

To Register for the Pre-Conference Workshop Click HERE

Workshop Flyer:                (click HERE to download the workshop flyer)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

ONLINE WORKSHOP OPPORTUNITIES:

Project Learning Tree Online Workshops

  • Take a Project Learning Tree Workshop online at your own Convenience
  • Click HERE to view and register for the online workshop that is best for you
  • There are several workshops available such as Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood, Environmental Education for K-8, Green Schools, and more
  • Prices for online workshops vary from $20 to $40 
  • When you register for a Project Learning Tree workshop online be sure to select Kansas as your state to view our state specific welcome packet and information!
  • Don't have time to attend one of our in-person workshops?  Take a Project Learning Tree workshop online at your own convenience!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To learn more about KACEE workshops, or to schedule a workshop in your area visit our  WORKSHOP MENU and contact Ashlyn Kite-Hartwich, Education Programs Specialist for details.