K-12 Materials and Professional Development for Educators

Students who are given the chance to discover the wonders of nature gain a better appreciation of life.“—Elementary Teacher

What would you do with a classroom set of Celestron binoculars?

Students and teacher on a boardwalk using binoculars to observe birds . Photo credit: Cornell Lab K-12 Education Team.

Apply now to win a classroom set of 10 Celestron binoculars! Let us know how you would use these high-quality optics in your lessons and be one of the 12 classrooms who will receive a set. Applications for the binocular grant close on December 10th, 2023.

Upcoming Webinars

December 12th – Cornell Lab Smorgasbord: A Feast of Resources for Educators!

January 16th – Make Inquiry Relevant: Culturally Responsive Teaching

February 20 – Engineer Inquiry with DIY Feeders

March 19th – Enhance Student Observations with Nature Journaling

April 16th – Do Questions Matter?

May 21st – Tips, Tricks, and Tools: Bird ID Made Easy

June 11th – Sparking Kids’ Connection to Nature with Fun Hands-On Activities

From easy, hands-on activities, and building observation skills through art, to participating in citizen science, and incorporating culturally responsive teaching into inquiry-based science, our webinars provide you with fresh ideas for you classroom or program. You can view all our archived webinars on our YouTube channel.

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