Education is the root of change–and at the root of everything we do.
Whether you are a learner, a teacher, or an organization, we offer many opportunities to learn and grow with biomimicry.
Resources for Educators
We can help you share biomimicry with the next generation of changemakers.
This course provides a solid foundation in what biomimicry is, why it is important, and the broad pedagogical considerations for teaching this fascinating subject to your students.
Our Annual summit is an opportunity for educators to convene, share practical approaches, and gain knowledge of recent trends in biomimicry education, outreach and dissemination.
The Fellows program recognizes and supports individual faculty members and administrators who are working actively to integrating biomimicry into their degree offerings and curricula.
The BEN helps educators bring biomimicry into the classroom and facilitates the exchange of ideas and best practices. Join the network to download biomimicry curricula and resources and connect with other biomimicry educators around the world.
Offerings for Education Organizations
Instructional Design Services
Engage our biomimicry subject matter experts and educators in your next project. We are available to collaborate with your team to develop content for biomimicry curricula, educational programs, museum exhibits, and more. We can also help you build internal capacity via train-the-trainer workshops customized for your organization.
We partner in a variety of ways with academic institutions that are committed to integrating biomimicry into their education efforts. Our academic partners are developing new courses, making biomimicry an essential component of their degree or certificate programs, and join us in design challenges or similar semester- or year-long projects.
Learning Opportunities for Individuals
Biomimicry offers a transformative perspective on design and problem solving for students and professionals in any field. Learn more about this growing discipline and how you can apply nature’s lessons in your work.