We are in the process of creating an Ambassador Training Program. Interested in being trained as a BirdSleuth Ambassador? Email Lindsay Glasner and she’ll be in touch with you in 2018.
BirdSleuth Ambassadors are passionate educators who share BirdSleuth with their colleagues.
Offer a Professional Development Workshop
Help teachers discover the amazing world of birds, citizen science, and outdoor investigations! Offer a workshop at your school, within your district, or at a conference. To fulfill this role, you should be familiar with BirdSleuth and citizen science. Preferably, you should have used BirdSleuth materials with young people, so you can share your experience! We will provide you with the tools you’ll need to offer a professional development workshop in your area!
Present BirdSleuth at a Local, Regional, or State Conference
Planning to go to a conference for science teachers or environmental educators? Consider sharing BirdSleuth at your booth or in a presentation! To fulfill this role, you should be familiar with BirdSleuth and the educational resources offered by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Share BirdSleuth with a Local District
If you think BirdSleuth is great, reach out to local schools or districts in your area. Ask to share the resources to a Science or Curriculum Coordinator and help them see why getting kids outside and observing birds is one of the best educational tools available.
If you have any questions about the program, please contact Lindsay Glasner.