Professional development for teachers

SRP wants to empower educators to create classrooms where everyone can succeed. That's why we provide complimentary teacher training to help inspire students on how water and power shape the world around us.

3-Dimensional Science Learning with Brett Moulding

SRP and the Arizona Department of Education are thrilled to announce a very special professional development opportunity. Brett Moulding, one of the writers of A Framework for K-12 Science Education  and a nationally recognized science educator, will be offering two sessions of professional development on 3 Dimensional Science Learning. These are two day sessions offered virtually on consecutive Saturdays. Session One will be for teachers in grades 3-5 and offered March 20th and 27th. Session two will be focused on K-2 teachers and offered April 10th and 17th. Space is limited.

Update regarding workshops and grants

Regarding SRP’s spring workshops and grants, we will continue to offer virtual professional development for the entire spring semester. Our workshops will be expanded to three hours and will take place on Saturdays. Registration will open Jan. 5, 2021, for all January and February workshops. We will open registration for the rest of the spring semester in mid-February for our March and April workshops.

Additionally, we are happy to announce that SRP’s Powering Our Future workshops will be returning as will the $250 grants that go with them. The grants will be available for any of our Powering Our Future sessions, including the K–2 version. All those who attend are eligible to receive one grant per school year.

Complimentary virtual workshops for teachers

Save your seat at the no-cost workshops below. Space is limited!


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Contact us

If you have any questions, please call (602) 236-2798, or send an email to

See a detailed description of the spring workshops typically offered.
  • Powering Our Future 2 (Grades 3-6): Powering Our Future 2 takes the content from the first session and focuses on renewable resources, in particular solar and wind. It is suggested that educators take Powering Our Future 1 prior to this workshop.
  • Powering Our Future: Engineering (Grades K-2): This workshop is tailored specifically for K–2 teachers. The engineering design process will be utilized to help students use science to make sense of the world around them.
  • Powering Our Future High School (Grades 7-12): This workshop is designed for middle school and high school teachers and focuses on energy and resources used to generate electricity.
  • Arizona Water Story (Grades 3-8): The history, management and delivery of water to the Valley is the topic of this multidimensional workshop. Educators will be exposed to geology, geography, history and hydroelectric power as the question of where our water comes from is answered.