Seminars on Science is the American Museum of Natural History’s online professionallearning program for educators. The program offers six-week online graduate courses in the life, earth, and physicalsciences.
A Data Equity Walk is a 45- to 90-minute activity for any sized audience—high school and college students, teachers, district leaders, community members, or others—to engage with education data and discuss equity issues.
National Science Teaching Association’s (NSTA) Professional Learning Units (PLUs) are bite-sized, self-paced, asynchronous short courses that educators can use to improve their practice, enrich students’ learning, and increase equitable participation in the classroom.
Featuring in-depth interviews with practitioners, guidelines for classroom teachers, and a webinar about the importance of artificial intelligence (AI) in education, the Hands-On AI Projects for the Classroom guides from ISTE and General Motors provide K–12 educators with practical tools for integrating AI and computational thinking across various grade levels and subject areas.