Webinars

K-12 Education offers a variety of free webinars each month open to all educators. All our fun and interactive webinars provide background content, highlight new and relevant educational resources, and allow discussion for successful implementation of such information and activities. Each webinar is roughly 50 minutes with 10 minutes allocated for questions. You can access all archived webinars through our YouTube channel. You can also receive letters of completion or Continuing Education Units.

To register, click on the month you would like to attend.

Upcoming Webinars

See below for our 2023-2024 webinar series descriptions. Join our eNews for monthly reminders and to keep up to date on any special guest webinars.


Archived Webinars

 As our 2023-2024 webinar series progresses, we will post the archived webinars below. You can access our greatest hits and most recent archived webinars through our YouTube channel.

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

    Who’s that bird I hear? What’s that bird I see? Empower yourself and your students to identify birds with free apps and online resources. Birds provide a great way to connect kids to nature and encourage them to tune into…

  • April 16 – Do Questions Matter?

    How does the way we ask questions matter to our students? Asking good questions is an important skill that can lead to great outcomes. How can you make the questions you ask more open-ended? And how can you inspire your…

  • March 19 – Enhance Student Observations with Nature Journaling

    Nature journaling can help students to build a sense of place and creatively express their observations through note-taking, art, and even poetry. Hear from teachers who have successfully created opportunities for multidisciplinary learning. See sample student journals, discover engaging prompts,…

  • February 20 – Engineer Inquiry with DIY Feeders

    Feeding birds can spark kids’ curiosity, interest in the outdoors, and engagement with science! You can make the experience even more meaningful by incorporating engineering practices and challenging students to design their own feeders. We’ll explore our “Design Challenge” Quick…

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

    The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has a whole menu of amazing resources for educators, including some you may have missed! Come get a taste for what the Lab has to offer. We’ll sample resources from the Center for Conservation Bioacoustics,…

  • October 17 – Take it Outside! (Panel Discussion)

    Outdoor education has a lot of benefits, but it can be hard to know where to start. Learn from a panel of experienced teachers who have embraced outdoor learning. You’ll have the chance to hear about their experiences and share…

  • Student with Merlin Bird ID
    Special Webinar! September 26 – Discover the Magic of Merlin & Engagement of eBird

    Birds are everywhere and can be an accessible way to teach content including adaptations, diversity, life cycles, and habitats. Plus, you can use birds to engage students outside, help develop their sense of place, and develop science skills. In this…

  • September 19 – Building Local Connection and Global Perspectives with eBird Citizen Science

    The eBird citizen-science project has billions of observations submitted by people around the world, including students. eBird’s maps, graphs, and charts provide an incredible opportunity for students to explore and interpret data. We’ll explore online tools that make it simple…