Shedd Science Educator Conference Tickets

Registration for the 2018 Science Educator Conference is now open!

Oct. 20, 2018
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Price: $75

The value of this day-long conference:

  • Sample science teaching strategies that will connect your classroom to Shedd's animals, exhibits and science resources.
  • Meet other Chicago-area educators and become a part of our learning community, where you’ll find resources custom-made for your classroom. 
  • Get a full day of learning, multiple workshops and all meals (light breakfast, lunch and afternoon hors d'oeuvres). 
  • Enter a raffle in each session and during the social for the chance to win additional classroom resources.
  • Receive free parking, a Shedd swag bag of resources/giveaways and cocktails during the social.
  • Tour the Aquarium before close, get to know one of our animals and receive tickets to the optional 5:00 PM Aquatic Presentation. 

Clock Hours: Illinois teachers registered for this program will receive 7 clock hours upon completion as well as a letter that can be shared with your school administration. A current Illinois Educator Identification Number (IEIN) Number is required for Clock Hours.

Contact us: Email Learning Programs with any questions.

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Sponsored by: Dover Foundation

Join us for our Science Educator Conference!

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Program outcomes

Every Shedd program is evaluated so we never stop learning from you. Here’s what we’ve learned from our participants about our Educator Open House:  

 • Teachers develop their science-process skills by conducting investigations of the natural world.

 • Teachers gain awareness of Shedd resources for science instruction, both in and out of the classroom.

 • Teachers practice new science instructional strategies while engaging in activities designed for students.

 • Teachers gain ideas from peers on integration of inquiry-based science instruction in the classroom.

What our participants had to say

You really know how to make educators feel special and appreciated. I learned so much from this experience!"