Work With Schools & Teachers
For over 60 years Mass Audubon has been dedicated to connecting people to nature in fun and interactive ways. Through our wildlife sanctuary-based school programs, we directly reach 100,000-150,000 students each year, teaching a wide variety of programs at their school as well as at our sanctuaries.
We also offer teacher trainings, help with curriculum development, co-write funding proposals, create outdoor learning areas, and provide whatever support we can to our school and teacher partners.
Our award-winning school programs can bring the natural world to teachers and students through:
- Field trips and educational programs that are aligned with Massachusetts Department of Education Curriculum Frameworks.
- Learning experiences at our wildlife sanctuaries, in classrooms, in schoolyards, or around local communities
- Professional development and other opportunities for teachers
- Resources and lessons plans
- Opportunities for teachers and students to participate in important citizen science projects such as the Salt Marsh Science Project.