Bring conservation and science to life by giving children the opportunity to hear from WWF experts. Through free 45-minute virtual events livestreamed on our website, children can listen as WWF experts share stories of their experience working to protect species and habitats around the world. As you watch live, you can submit questions for the expert, participate in polls and quizzes, and interact with the expert by showing how much you learned! These experiences are open to parents with children, teachers with students, and anyone interested in bringing conservation experts into your classroom or living room.
Use the registration link to select which Conservation in the Classroom session you want to participate in and indicate how you would like to participate—as a class or family on-camera, or as a viewer tuning in live off-camera. Camera spots are limited and will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis; those interested in being on camera will be contacted by Wild Classroom with more information. By registering, you certify that you are a teacher, educator, parent, and/or guardian who is at least 18 years old and that you agree to receive Conservation in the Classroom event reminders. If you are a student, no need to register, just tune in here the day of the event.
Prepare Your Learners
Download the free supplemental material pack associated with each event, located alongside the event's details, for resources such as relevant Wild Classroom activity plans, warm-up questions, WWF videos and web articles, and quizzes to enhance the experience for your audience.
Watch & Learn
Tune in here at the scheduled time and date for the session. Follow the directions provided to enter the live Q&A.
The masked bandits of the prairie: spotlighting black-footed ferrets for Endangered Species Day
Noelle Guernsey | Senior specialist, Northern Great Plains
2023 marks the 50th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act. To commemorate, join Noelle Guernsey of WWF’s Northern Great Plains team, to learn about one of the most endangered mammals of North America: the black-footed ferret. Noelle will share stories about the work that is happening to protect and restore this important grassland species, and viewers will learn why people should care about saving them, and all, endangered species.
Marine Turtles: Why are they so cool and what can we do to protect them?
Ceci Fischer and Michael Jensen | WWF-Coral Triangle Program
Marine turtles are fascinating creatures that are an important part of coastal and marine ecosystems and are critical to the well-being of local communities. But despite their incredible beauty and importance, marine turtles face numerous threats in their natural habitat such as entanglement in fishing nets, plastic pollution, and being hunted for their shells, which are transformed into accessories like bracelets. In this presentation, marine turtle experts Ceci Fischer and Michael Jensen (WWF Coral Triangle) will take you on a journey through the world of marine turtles, exploring their unique behaviors and delving into the challenges they face. Join us for this exciting and informative session; you'll be captivated by these incredible creatures and inspired to do your part in protecting them.
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