The NAGT sponsors a number of professional development workshops for geoscience educators through collaborations with its sponsored projects. These workshops provide opportunities for faculty to learn more about pedagogy, to share their classroom experiences and materials, to explore new ways of engaging students, and to discuss what works in geoscience education broadly.
The Traveling Workshops Program brings national leaders in geoscience education to your campus or regional event to help faculty improve courses or help strengthen entire departments.
The NAGT and the American Geoscience Institute's Center for Geoscience and Society sponsor a series of webinars for geoscience educators to support implementation of the Earth and Space Science Next Generation Science Standards.
The NAGT sponsors a number of sessions and events at GSA, AGU, and other professional meetings across the country. Several of these have produced collections of valuable educational resources. Request to have NAGT sponsor your session or event.
The NAGT sponsors a number of activities and projects in geoscience education that forward its mission and goals. Learn more about how to request sponsorship.
The NAGT supports both educators and students through a variety of awards including the Outstanding Earth Science Teacher award, the Neil Miner award, the James Shea award, and summer field programs.
These faculty have given talks on various topics over the years. If you are looking for a geoscience speaker for your event, start here.
The Geoscience Teachers-in-the-Parks program is an offshoot of the National Park Services Geoscientists-in-the-Parks program which places geoscientists in parks on a short-term basis to help park-specific research, education, and interpretative projects. The program will run for the final time in the summer of 2015.
The Serving our Communities initiative celebrates the ways that educators and students are engaging with local, national and global communities and supports expansion of these efforts. This set of pages includes a blog that showcases the ways in which geoscience educators are serving their communities - local, regional, state, national and international - through their own teaching, research and service, or by engaging their students in these areas.