SCIREN TRIANGLE NETWORKING EVENT AND EDUCATOR OPEN HOUSE

Calling all Educators!
 
Principals and administrators, please consider encouraging your staff to attend this event at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. All educators (and their families) are welcome. Free cross-curricular lesson plans, free pizza dinner, and free beer courtesy of New Belgium Brewery! What more could you want!? Registration is free and open now – see link below.
 
SCIREN TRIANGLE NETWORKING EVENT AND EDUCATOR OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, September 26, 2019
5:30 - 8:30 pm
At the NC Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh
 
Are you looking for fun and engaging new ideas and curriculum-correlated STEM lesson plans? Do you want to talk one-on-one with the scientists and researchers behind the content you’re teaching? Do you plan to bring your class on a field trip to the NC Museum of Natural Sciences this year? Are you interested in learning about the wealth of resources available through your state Science Museum? If you answered yes, then the SciREN Triangle and Educator Open House at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences is the event for you!
 
The SciREN Triangle Networking Event and Museum Open House is an information exchange night just for educators! This special night invites scientists and teachers from the Triangle/Piedmont region to interact in a relaxed environment. The event showcases the wide array of Museum programs and opportunities for both teachers and students available both on- and offsite. Educators can preview exhibits and activities while working out the logistics of a school field trip, talk directly with museum staff about onsite programs, and find out first-hand about virtual-education classes, outreach, and professional development opportunities. Through a partnership with SciREN (Scientific Research and Education Network), educators can meet more than 50 local scientists ready to distribute curriculum-centered lessons based on their research! This is an excellent way to rejuvenate teaching methods, integrate relevant and real science to student learning, and reach out into the scientific community.
 
WHAT TO EXPECT
·            * Free Lilly’s Pizza and Beer (courtesy of New Belgium Brewery)!
·         * Free, curriculum-correlated K–12 lesson plans.
·         * Opportunities to talk directly with scientists (many are willing to visit your classroom for free!)
·         * Information about the registration process for field trips and classes, virtual education programs, outreach programs, and more.
·         * Opportunities to explore the Museum’s galleries and exhibits
·         * Opportunities to sign up for professional development workshops both on-site and in the field.
 
EVENT INFORMATION
FREE, but registration is appreciated. Register Now!
 
Location:
NC Museum of Natural Sciences (main museum building -located across the street from the Legislative building):
11 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
 
For additional information about this and other educator opportunities, contact Megan Davis at megan.davis@naturalsciences.org or 919.707.9905
 
 
 
Megan Chesser Davis (pronouns: she, her, hers)
Teacher Education Specialist
North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
11 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC  27601-1029
Email: megan.davis@naturalsciences.org
Phone: 919-707-9905
Fax: 919-715-6439
 
www.naturalsciences.org
 
N.C. Dept. of Natural and Cultural Resources