Professional Development & Consulting

Connecting Schools and Communities

Teton Science Schools serves current and aspiring educators through professional development for practicing educators and the first year of a graduate program. We work with pre-service, in-service, and informal educators through a year-long graduate program, school and district consulting and professional development workshops. The programs are a combination of educational theory, practical applications and mentorship to support the development of educators who can implement place-based approaches in a variety of settings. Programs combine place-based education with innovative leadership strategies for educational reform.

Our Impact With Educators

1,735

Annual Teachers

42

Annual Partner Schools

6

Adjunct Faculty

At Our Campus

We offer a wide array of professional development opportunities designed for teachers and administrators in public and independent schools. Summer workshops include opportunities to explore place-based learning, gain leadership skills, learn more about teaching current topics including climate change and work with well-known national and international speakers.

At Your School

We partner with schools to provide consulting to faculty and staff in your school. We offer one day, two-day, four-day and custom place-based trainings to help you bring place-based education to your students and community. An introductory one-hour place-based education webinar is also available to schools who would like to learn the basics.

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Faculty

  • Nikki Gamrath, Ed.D. Vice President of Educator Development

  • Nate McClennen Vice President of Education and Innovation

  • Leslie Cook Senior Director of Educator Development

  • Betsy Trowbridge Curriculum and Program Design Coordinator - Place Network

  • Tina Forino Curriculum Design Team - Place Network Online

  • Margot Angstrom Director of Place Network Online

  • Kate Gessford Curriculum Design Team - Place Network Online