Mass Audubon is proud to offer educators free online teaching units, programs tailored for students in Grades K-12, and professional development opportunities.
Through activities, prompted group discussions, role play, explorations, design projects, and observation, these free 4-lesson units will help you introduce students to birds, observe birds in the school yard, establish and monitor a school yard bird feeding station, and help students observe birds in their own neighborhoods. These units are aligned with Massachusetts curriculum frameworks.
This one-year program brings teams of middle and high school students together to create and manage Climate Leadership Projects for their schools and communities. Learn more >
This 7-part unit framework for middle school students presents a snapshot of Massachusetts coastal communities in the face of climate change, then uses a challenge-based structure to provide students an opportunity to dig into locally relevant issues. Learn more >
iPlan is a free online game in which players work with maps to construct land use plans and investigate and solve simulated urban and regional planning problems. Learn more >
Mass Audubon offers a wide variety of fun and educational nature-based programs year round for students of all ages. Our award-winning school programs can bring the natural world to you and your students.
Mass Audubon offers professional development workshops designed for active participation and practical application in the classroom, whether virtual or in-person. Teachers can attend workshops offered on a variety of topics or our education staff can design a workshop to meet your specific needs.