The Yale Peabody Museum offers a wide range of opportunities and resources for teachers, from a visit to the Museum with your students to our nationally recognized professional development programs! Please see the menu on the left to navigate, or contact us if you don’t find what you are looking for.
Bring your students to this fantastic, hands-on exhibition about dinosaur eggs, nests and babies. Standards-linked guided programs are available. Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Please follow the links below to find out more about each of these opportunities.
July 14 to 16
For teachers of grades 7-12
We invite science teachers to pilot standards-based STEM curriculum resources in their classrooms. Modular units explore the influence of climate change on emerging insect-borne infections such as dengue fever, malaria, chikungunya and leishmaniasis.
evening of June 30 to midday July 3
For High School teachers
This institute will focus on the lives and experiences of the indigenous societies of the Caribbean and New England: their encounters with Europeans and Africans; the resulting exchanges of cultures, ideas, foods, and technologies; and the endurance of indigenous peoples to the present day.
July 17 & 18
For High School Teachers
In this workshop, learn about available datasets and image banks for museum collections and how to best utilize them in a classroom setting to teach evolutionary principles.
Register for the P. REX Club (Peabody Regional Educators’ eXchange) and receive monthly e-mails about upcoming events, programs and professional development opportunities just for educators, including our signature evening programs. Sign up or find out more about the P. REX Club here.
P. REX evening programs in a nutshell: