We provide free professional learning that models implementation of BioInteractive classroom resources using pedagogical approaches and techniques grounded in education research.

Our in-person workshops and online course emphasize access for all learners and offer strategies for creating inclusive classrooms where students actively engage in science practices. We collaborate with secondary and undergraduate-level science educators and administrators to create programs that promote conceptual understanding and build students’ science skills and competencies.

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Engaging with Science Practices
“I am so excited to take the resources and the strategies that they gave us in the workshop back to my colleagues because data analysis and mathematical models is something that we are really trying to work on in my district.”
- workshop participant, NSTA
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Creating Inclusive Learning Environments
“I’ve been to HHMI workshops before and they have always great content, but I found this really helpful for establishing some better routines and ways to help more of my students have a voice in my classroom.”
- workshop participant, NSTA
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Experiencing Resources from Students’ Perspectives
"We get to explore stuff and ask the questions and answer the questions just like our kids would, which is why I completely fell in love with your work, because if I hadn't gone to the professional development, then I don't think I would have used it anywhere near as much as I do.”
- workshop participant, NYCDOE
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Online Courses

Deepen Expertise in Evolutionary Biology

This free asynchronous course is designed to help educators strengthen their content knowledge in evolution, particularly content appropriate for the high school level. Themes include mechanisms of evolution, evidence supporting evolutionary theory, and patterns of evolution, such as phylogenies and macroevolution.

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