Spotlight on: Courses in the Bronx!
The sun is out, the weather is warm, and the days are long - there's no season like the summer to take advantage of all that the city has to offer. And what better way to do so than with an ASPDP course that will enrich your instructional practice and give you new tools to take back to the classroom.
Are you a Bronx-based teacher? Come take an ASPDP course conveniently offered in your borough!
Let's take a closer look at one of these courses - Predators: Conflict & Conservation with Wildlife Conservation Society - Register by July 22:
Join educators at the Bronx Zoo in this blended science and social studies course in a look back through history, examining what has influenced our relationships with predators. Gain knowledge about predators and their conservation while building skills to bring this information to your classroom through dynamic activities and differentiated instruction. Get hands-on in creating and modeling environmental dramas that will help inspire students of all ages to appreciate predators and help protect them.
Find your course - Check out these Bronx courses that are still open for registration:
- Plant, Lean and Grow!: Gardening 201 with New York Botanical Garden - Register by July 29
- Small Bugs, Big Science with Wildlife Conservation Society - Register by July 29
- Habitat Ecology for Educators (HELP) with Wildlife Conservation Society - Register by August 11
- Exploring Bronx Forests with Friends of Van Cortlandt Park - Register by August 19
Looking for more? This summer, there are over 60 ASPDP courses taking place at museums, zoos and botanical gardens, non-profits, and other cultural institutions across four NYC boroughs and over 160 online courses open for registration through July and August - check them out in our catalog!
New to ASPDP? Create your account to get started.
Want to stay in the loop? Join our mailing list to receive regular updates from ASPDP.