Upcoming Workshops & Events

ONREP workshops are offered at NO cost to Oregon educators through external funding that covers all materials, fees, and instruction costs, unless otherwise noted. For more information about our workshops, including our cancellation policy, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us with your questions.  Workshops tailored to Outdoor School are indicated with 'ODS' in the title. Registration is required for all workshops. 

You can also peruse some of our previous workshops if you are interested in seeing what we have offered in the past.

Scheduled Workshops

Arthropods (insects, spiders, crustaceans, etc.) are all around us. Join us in this workshop to explore ways to integrate arthropods into your teaching across multiple subject areas, and delve deeper into all the ways humans and these segmented invertebrates are connected.

Date: 
March 14, 2024
Location: 
Boring, OR

Early Childhood providers and educators, join this interactive workshop and explore tools and curriculum to help you get your young students engaged in nature, both inside and outside of the classroom. Participants will receive and we will explore activities in Project WILD's Growing Up WILD guide. Earn a Professional Development Unit (PDU) Certificate which can be upload to your Oregon Registry Online (ORO) account to count as a professional learning credit.

Date: 
March 14, 2024
Location: 
Silverton, OR

During this workshop, you’ll hear first-hand from natural resource professionals and STEM researchers how their careers relate to your lessons in the sciences, sustainable forestry, and conservation.All participants will receive a copy at no cost of Project Learning Tree’s Green Jobs: Exploring Forest Careers

Date: 
April 20, 2024
Location: 
Lane County, OR

High school educators, are you interested in bringing climate-based student leadership projects and actions into your classrooms? Please join ONREP plus SubjectToClimate and Our Future Student Leadership Network to learn more about how secondary teachers across all subject areas can find lesson plans and other resources and integrate action items into the classroom, in partnership with a student climate leadership network.

Date: 
April 23, 2024
Location: 
Online

Other Opportunities

Honoring Our Rivers

The Honoring Our Rivers (HOR) project supports students and teachers to make connections between science and the arts. Through the Anthology, HOR highlights K-12 student poetry, artwork, and creative writing on the topic of rivers and watersheds. 

If you are interested in how you and your students can contribute to the 2024 Honoring Our Rivers Anthology, visit the Honoring Our Rivers website a t www.clearingmagazine.org/anthology . Hover over the main image for the PDF of the book, 2023 Honoring Our Rivers (HOR) Anthology

Or, to view the flip-page pdf version of the 2023 Honoring Our Rivers (HOR) Anthology, click on this linl:https://online.fliphtml5.com/hnjow/gffx/

 

 

Exploring Ocean Mysteries: From Dynamic Shores to the Deep-Sea

 

Online Webinar, Tuesday, February 20, 2024.

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM, PST

What do world-traveling plastic toys, biodiversity in the deep sea, climate change and the last great unexplored area on Earth have in common? The critical need for ocean literacy!

Learn more about the new curriculum, Exploring Ocean Mysteries: From Dynamic Shores to the Deep Sea. The lessons focus on the seven Ocean Literacy Principles, Climate Literacy, and use the National Marine Sanctuary System as an engaging backdrop that helps students understand their importance for exploration, research, Indigenous cultures, and more. 

 The National Marine Sanctuaries Webinar Series provides educators with educational and scientific expertise, resources, and training to support ocean and climate literacy in the classroom. 

Audience: Intended  formal and informal educators, students (high school through college), as well as members of the community, including families.