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Getting Started with Three-Dimensional Science Instruction

Learn new methods for implementing and supporting effective science instruction in the classroom - virtually! In this series, K-12 teachers, instructional coaches, and administrators form a cohort of peers that learn through online, interactive activities. Led by experienced master educators, these guided lessons promote self-reflection and forward-thinking in science instruction. By the end of the program, you'll have the tools needed to make your science classroom(s) the best they can be.

Register Now To Join the June 2023 Cohort!


Opportunity: Professional development in K-12 science instruction best practices in a virtual format

For: K-12 teachers, instructional coaches, and building / district administrators

Takeaways: Industry-standard teaching methods, 25 contact hours of professional learning, and access to the modules for one school year

Length: Approximately one month (beginning in June*)

Cost: $90 - $100 per person

Contact us for:

  • questions about the program
  • program learning objectives and module overview
  • *alternative cohort sessions for your district's educators

June 2023 Cohort - Preliminary Details

Program Cost (per person):

$100 - Single Participant
$90 - Group Rate (10 or more)


Program Schedule:

May 26th - Deadline to register

June 5th, 3:30 pm - Onboarding meeting

June 30th - Program completion

The commitments of the Virtual Learning Series include:

  1. a virtual onboarding meeting (via Zoom)
  2. completing the interactive learning experiences via the NKU Canvas platform, and
  3. completing a feedback survey.

Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive:

  • a certificate for 25 contact hours of professional learning, and
  • access to the learning modules for the entire 2023-24 school year.