Webinars and Webcasts

Our teacher webinars and student webcasts are a unique opportunity to learn directly from WCS scientists about global conservation efforts that affect our planet.

Our webinar and webcast series will be inspired by global conservation challenges that WCS is working to solve. These include local livelihoods, natural resource use, wildlife health, and climate change. Each webinar and webcast will feature a discussion with a WCS scientist followed by a presentation by an educator from one of our facilities. Participants will hear about conservation projects while simultaneously learning how to incorporate this important research into their curriculum. By pairing these two facets of the WCS mission we are helping to bring conservation into classrooms around the country.


  • Learn about conservation efforts locally and abroad
  • Discover ways WCS works to save wildlife and wild places through research and conservation
  • Enjoy conservation stories from WCS scientists
  • Provide your students with positive STEM role models
  • View spectacular field photos, video and presentations
  • Explore strategies and resources to enhance your curriculum with wildlife

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Our upcoming webinars will focus on our new Blue York campaign and the ocean science happening in and around New York City.

Teacher Webinars

Student Webcasts

WCS webinars last approximately 90 minutes. During this time, you will hear from a WCS guest scientist and have an opportunity to ask questions about their research. Immediately following the presentation, WCS educators will facilitate a discussion about strategies to include wildlife and conservation topics in the classroom to enhance your students' learning. Our live webinars are eligible for PD credit hours and a certificate can be provided upon completion.


Teacher Webcasts Student Webinars
Share WCS science with teachers Connect students to science in their lives
Demonstrate for teachers how to introduce core science concepts to their students through the lens of WCS
research and experts

Introduce students to core science concepts through the lens of WCS research and experts
Provide students with positive STEM role models


Teacher Webcasts Student Webinars
Duration 90 minutes in the evening 25 minutes during the day

Presentation Format

  • WCS science expert presents during the first half
  • Professional Development Coordinator presents during second half
  • Additional time for questions
  • WCS Education staff hosts a talk show style interview
  • Students can submit questions ahead of time or participate in a live Q&A
  • WCS science expert present research/work through the lens of student questions

Scheduled Time

7:00-8:30 p.m. Eastern 11:00-11:25 a.m. Eastern

Location of Presenters

Broadcast from Home Broadcast from a Zoos and Aquarium Exhibit Connecting with Presenters Research/Work

Technology Platform

Blackboard Collaborate Google+ Hangouts on Air

Archive Location

WCS Online Teacher Academy http://pd.wcs.org/ WCS Media YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/WCSMedia

Questions can be directed to teacherinfo@wcs.org or (718) 220-5136.

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