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John G. Shedd Aquarium

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1200 S. Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60605 United States
312.939.2438www.sheddaquarium.org

Upcoming Events

July 2018
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

July 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

July 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
August 2018
$10

Great Lakes Science

August 1
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

August 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

August 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
September 2018
$10

Great Lakes Science

September 1
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

September 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

September 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
October 2018
$10

Great Lakes Science

October 1
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

October 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

October 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
November 2018
$10

Great Lakes Science

November 1
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

November 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

November 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
December 2018
$10

Great Lakes Science

December 1
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

December 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

December 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
January 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

January 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

January 27, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
$10

Amphibians Educator Badging

January 27, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019,
and Monthly on the same day until January 31, 2019
Amphibians Educator

We invite you to jump into learning with Shedd Aquarium’s newest online teacher professional development program, Amphibians Educator Badging. This self-paced, eight hour digital program allows you to learn about amphibian diversity, metamorphosis and human impacts on amphibians by accomplishing missions related to amphibian science.

There are two ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 8 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Find out more »
February 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

February 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

Find out more »
March 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

March 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

Find out more »
April 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

April 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

Find out more »
May 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

May 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

Find out more »
June 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

June 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
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The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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July 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

July 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
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The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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August 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

August 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
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The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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September 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

September 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
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The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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October 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

October 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
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The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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November 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

November 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
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The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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December 2019
$10

Great Lakes Science

December 1, 2019
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
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The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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January 2020
$10

Great Lakes Science

January 1, 2020
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
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The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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February 2020
$10

Great Lakes Science

February 1, 2020
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
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The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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March 2020
$10

Great Lakes Science

March 1, 2020
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
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The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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April 2020
$10

Great Lakes Science

April 1, 2020
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
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The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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May 2020
$10

Great Lakes Science

May 1, 2020
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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June 2020
$10

Great Lakes Science

June 1, 2020
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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July 2020
$10

Great Lakes Science

July 1, 2020
|Recurring Event (See all)
Monthly on the same day
LE_GLBadging_400x200_D

The Great Lakes Science badging program is a new professional development opportunity for educators!

This online program allows you to work at your own pace as you accomplish “missions” (activities) related to Great Lakes environmental literacy, science literacy and 21st-century skills. Teachers are awarded digital badges for their missions and skill building, which can be displayed on resumes and social networks.

There are three ways to participate in this program:

Continuous Learning: this track allows you to participate for free and at your own pace without time restrictions. Upon completion you will receive a letter that can be shared with your school administration.

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this track will receive 20 Clock Hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. The program must be completed within one year of your registered start date. Program fee: $10.

Teachers, interested in participating in a Harvard research study on science teacher professional development? If so, please contact us at digitallearning@sheddaquarium.org for additional details. The study asks you to complete a pre and post survey (about 15-20 minutes each). The results will help to inform and continuously improve PD experiences for Science Teachers. For participating, your Continuous Learning track fee will be waived (Illinois Teachers Only).

Graduate Credit: Shedd Aquarium has partnered with National Louis University to bring students participating in the Great Lakes Badging experience an opportunity to earn one semester hour of graduate credit. To receive credit, students must complete their badging requirements during an NLU academic term. Please refer to NLU’s academic calendar for term start and end dates. Summer 2015: June 29 through September 6. Tuition is $148 per semester hour. For more information, visit National Louis’ Center for Professional Development or call 847-947-5247.

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