Professional Development Opportunities Outside WA
The Educator Professional Development Opportunities identified here are made available from a variety of organizations and educational companies.
National Consortium of Health Science Education
The National Consortium for Health Science Education (formerly known as National Consortium on Health Science and Technology Education) is a national partnership of individuals and organizations with a vested interest in health science education. The consortium was organized in 1991 to stimulate creative and innovative leadership for ensuring a well prepared healthcare workforce. In April 2009, the name of the consortium was officially changed to the National Consortium for Health Science Education (NCHSE)
Health Science pre-conference session at
Vernier Software & Technology
Founded in 1981, Vernier pioneers award-winning interfaces, sensors, software, and curriculum to transform how educators teach science and how students collect, analyze, and interpret scientific data.
Get hands-on experience with the award-winning line of computer and handheld data-acquisition technology. Explore interfaces and sensors, including our new Go Direct sensors with options for wireless and USB connectivity. Leave the workshop with the skills and knowledge you need to get your students excited about hands-on science.
Each $99 session includes
Registration is open
Training available in multiple locations in the country including Beaverton, OR & Seattle / SeaTac, WA.
This two-day, hands-on workshop gives you the opportunity to explore how to integrate probeware into your biology courses. You will have the option to conduct experiments in human physiology, ecology, and cellular biology. A variety of experiments that are correlated to the AP* Biology framework will be offered. Specific emphasis will be placed on conducting inquiry-based laboratory investigations.
Registration is open
Health Science can make use of labs from many of their materials, but the Biology session is currently the most appropriate to our subject area
This is held at the Vernier facility in Beaverton, OR.