Teachers participate in a professional development working at NatureBridge's Olympic campus

Teacher Professional Development

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Our Teacher Professional Development workshops are designed to give K - 12 teachers and outdoor educators content knowledge, instructional tools and resources for teaching environmental science in the classroom and school yard. Hands-on activities give participants opportunities to apply the Next Generation Science Standards' practices of science in field investigations and to collaborate with their peers.

All workshops are held at NatureBridge’s Olympic campus on the shores of Lake Crescent. Workshop cost includes lodging, meals and instruction. Clock hours are available.

The workshop was relaxing and filled with information. The opportunity to collaborate with other passionate teachers was especially rewarding. And, of course, the meals were spectacular.
Brian Hull, Teacher at St. Mary Catholic School
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Workshop Lineup

NatureBridge staff are not operating Teacher Professional Development workshops during Summer 2023.  However, we look forward to welcoming Expeditions in Education to campus and encourage you to check out the STEAM in the Park program that organization will be running on campus during August 2023.  Please reach out to Expeditions in Education directly with any questions.

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Registration and Pricing

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Find Us

NatureBridge at Olympic
111 Barnes Point Road
Port Angeles, WA 98363

206-382-6212 ext 13