Professional Development

The GeoTeachers Program aims to support K-12 teachers through professional development opportunities throughout the year. You'll find us presenting workshops at NSTA Regional and National Conferences, as well as various state, and some local conferences.  GSA's Annual Meeting is a wonderful opportunity for teachers to stay abreast with current scientific research and for teachers to sharpen their teaching skills. Take advantage of one of our professional development opportunities this year!

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GSA Experts Spotlight Local Geology to Inspire Teachers in New Field Workshop Program

Registration details coming soon.

Arizona —

Flagstaff, 23–27 July
Hosted at Northern Arizona University

Colorado —

Colorado Springs, 30 July–3 August
Hosted at University of Colorado–Colorado Springs

These five-day workshops include field trip transportation, food, and housing. Cost: $500 for early registration. Travel to/from host campus not included. Three graduate course credits available for $100/credit tuition.

Indiana —

Annual Meeting Mini-Workshop
Indianapolis, 2–4 November

This 2-1/2-day workshop including field trip and one day K–12 teacher registration for the GSA Annual Meeting. Cost: $200 for first 30 registrants. Travel to/from the annual meeting not included. Two graduate course credits for $200.

Teachers: Interested in participating in these workshops?
Let us know.

Geoscience educators, scientists, and practicing geologists interested in sharing expertise, field knowledge, or contacts related to these or future workshops:
Please tell us more online.