Workshops, Institutes, and Courses
Election Day Professional Development 2011
November 8, 2011
On Election Day Dr. Frank Summers from the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, MD, gave a presentation on the Hubble Space Telescope. His presentation included majestic images from Hubble, graphics that explain some of the science of space telescopes, as well as some information on the future of space telescope science.
Dr. Summers has graciously allowed us to post his slides for use in your classrooms.
More in this Series:
November 4, 2014
Join us on Election Day for a professional development day geared for Grade K-12 teachers who want to enrich their understanding of how to use Museum resources to integrate the teaching of science practices in support of Common Core literacy strategies and Next Generation Science Standards Learning goals.
February 17, 2015 - April 9, 2015
This three part workshop provides teachers with the tools to design, execute and evaluate successful science and literacy aligned Museum learning experiences around the topics of plate tectonics and oxygenation of the Earth’s atmosphere.
February 18, 2015 - February 19, 2015
This two day workshop will introduce K-12 teachers to our newest exhibition, Nature’s Fury: The Science of Natural Disasters. Participants will work with Museum educators and scientists to strengthen their understanding of the earth processes that cause natural disasters, explore the tools that scientists use to study and predict these events and use case studies that help illustrate the topic
NYC Teachers Chancellor’s Day Professional Development 2015: Using Museum Resources to Support K-12 Science Education
June 4, 2015
This professional day is geared for K-12 teachers who want to strengthen their ability to use Museum resources to teach science. Participants will have the opportunity to choose from a range of breakout sessions that will utilize the Museum’s digital, print, and exhibition resources to connect with the science curriculum in ways that are engaging for students.