STEM Night for Teachers
August 29, 2023 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Please join us for a STEM event dedicated to teachers. Receive information about upcoming professional development and field trip opportunities at Huntsville Botanical Garden. Try out various hands-on STEM activities and receive all the materials needed to do them with your students.
· Garden Tours
· STEM Stations
· STEM Bins
· Drawing for Garden Membership
Cultivate: Growing STEM Educators
Are you a little unsure of how to incorporate STEM lessons in your classes? Do you need solid resources, hands-on lessons and advice from professional educators to give you a boost of confidence in teaching STEM lessons? Then look no further than Cultivate, STEM professional development sessions at Huntsville Botanical Garden for K-6 teachers!
We will present ideas rooted in plant science for STEM lessons in a 5E Lesson Plan. All activities are linked to the Alabama Course of Study: Science standards and learning progressions. In addition to new enthusiasm and confidence for teaching STEM lessons, participants will leave with curriculum, a bin of STEM resources and a certificate for two CEU credit hours.
Receive 90% off with scholarship
This program is valued at $100. If you successfully complete the scholarship application you will receive 90% off! A member of the Huntsville Botanical Garden team will contact you with registration information within 2-3 business days after receiving your application.
Register for fall sessions
To register, find the appropriate grade level and click on the date of session you want to attend:
Where to go: STEM PD sessions are held in the Anderson Education Center. Download a Garden map here.
What to bring: Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop, notebook and pen. Don’t forget your cell phone for taking photos!
What to wear: Dress comfortably for the weather because we will walk through the Garden.
Who to contact: Please email Karen Colvin at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Funding for this program is provided by the State of Alabama Legislature with additional support from The Daniel Foundation of Alabama, BAE Systems, Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Alabama, and other philanthropic assistance.