MSNucleus.org
Math Science Nucleus
Teacher workshops at
Children's Natural History Museum
lesson plans and hands on material
instructor:  Dr. Angeline Catena
location


Teaching a new subject and not sure of the background information?  These workshops will help teachers (science or classroom) how to teach scicence subject at its best.  Workshops are 2 hours long and will spend about half hour on content and then an hour on how to teach effectively.  Samples of the lesson plans will be made and participants will be able to use it directly in the classroom.   These workshops are ideal if you come coming to a field trip and want to extend the learning.

After 40 years of working with students and teachers, you will feel competent to give an exciting lesson to your students.  Lesson plans online are leveled for different age groups.  From Kindergarten to Sixth Grade, you will be able to find materials that will excite your students.  

Each workshop will go over key scientific concepts and ideas on how to teach, including online lesson plans and slideshows. 

There is a $10 registration fee,  and you will receive a Bay Area Fault Map T shirt. 


October 5, 2019
Saturday

9:30-11:30 pm
Eventbrite - Biogeology, Soil, Decomposers
Earthquakes and the Hayward Fault (Code T-Eqk01)  Go on the standard tour of the Fremont Earthquake Exhibit in Central Park and you will be able to identify the different features such as offset sidewalks and curves.  Also learn how plate tectonics affects our landscape. After this teacher workshop you will be able to lead your own field trip or give this as an extra credit assignment.  Signs now guide students.  Several lesson plans will be provided for different grade levels.  $10 registration fee will give you a Bay Area Fault - T shirt.  Please state your size when registering.
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Registration fee is not refundable, but transferrable or if you do not attend the workshop you can get the value of the registration in the Museum Shop.  Materials for making samples will be provided.

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