PROGRAMS FOR EDUCATORS
Woodland Park Zoo's programs for educators are focused on empowering educators with a strong foundation in ecological literacy, skills in inquiry-based learning and principles of field investigation. Our professional development programs provide educators with necessary knowledge, skills and resources to bring meaningful environmental and sustainability education to their students or other audiences. All program activities and materials provided are designed to support Washington state’s academic learning requirements, to address national standards for inquiry-based science learning, and to advance the zoo’s mission by inspiring and cultivating an informed community of conservation stewards.
Educator Professional Development
Workshops, institutes, travel and other opportunities for educators.
Master's Degree for Educators - Advanced Inquiry Program
Earn your Master’s degree through courses at Woodland Park Zoo and web-based courses through Miami University.
ZOOEDITION EDUCATOR NEWSLETTER
ZooEdition, published twice per year in February and August, provides educators with information and updates on Woodland Park Zoo's programs and resources for schools and other educational groups.
Already know exactly what you are registering for and just need the registration form? View the registration forms for:
- school visits to the zoo
- outreach programs to your community
- educator professional development
All registration confirmations are sent via email and will come to you from an address ending in @zoo.org. Please make sure to read your confirmation and all attachments. Please contact us if you do not receive a registration confirmation.
QUESTIONS ABOUT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT?
Contact the Class Registrar or call 206.548.2424 x4