We are gearing up for another great semester of Educator programs. Take a look at our workshops below!
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, ANIMALS, and Math)
Saturday, April 7
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Ideal for 3rd-12th Grade Educators
Looking to add purpose behind STEM activities and TEKS? Join us to learn about a few of the Houston Zoo’s animals, their wild counterparts and what the Zoo is doing to help save these animals in the wild. Discover projects around the world that apply STEM concepts to study rare animals and investigate how you and your students can utilize those same tools to learn about animals that live at the Zoo.
This program is currently sold out!
Adopt an Animal for your classroom!
Your students will learn to appreciate wildlife on a deeper level through a symbolic adoption of one of the Zoo’s animal residents. With three different adopt levels and 20 different animals from which to choose, you are sure to find the adoption that is right for your classroom.
Find out all the animals you can choose from to adopt:
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Guide your students through a fun-filled journey learning about the Houston toad, one of the most endangered amphibians in North America.HoustonToad_EdGuide
Educators Night Out
Thank you for attending another great year of Educators Night Out programs! We look forward to hearing your saving wildlife classroom stories and see you again in the Fall!
Thank you to our Educators Night Out sponsor:
Thank you to all the participants that attended Educator Day 2017! We hope you enjoyed your day and discovered new ideas for your classroom.
Thank you to our Educator Day sponsor:
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