Teacher Resource Day
CSTL will be hosting a wonderful Teacher Resource Day on May 24th, 2019 9:30 am – 2 pm. Teacher Resource Day is geared toward Pre-School, Elementary and Middle School Educators.
Teacher Resource Day is designed to give educators the opportunity to explore a wide variety of STEM education resources, delivered by scientists and educators! And there is an opportunity for you to get your district involved!
Opportunities include a chance to:
- Connect with organizations and agencies that offer free resources and programs, including NOAA, DEC, NIH, and more!
- Engage in content-driven workshops on topics from Dinosaurs to Animals
- Join methods workshops on topics such as Process-Based Learning (PBL)!
- Be the first to see Dinosaurs! and Animal Adventure-two exciting, new exhibits
- Take a guided hike and enjoy the outdoors
Only $50 per educator includes mid morning snack and lunch
Registration for Teacher Resource Day 2019 opens February , 2019.
Get Your District Involved!
If you are an educator interested in attending Teacher Resource Day REGISTER BELOW
For Participating Agencies
If you are an organization or agency that would like to join Teacher Resource Day to provide free educational resources for science teachers, please call 516-764-0045, or email RayAnn@cstl.org
For Sponsors and Exhibitors
If you are interested in sponsoring our event please contact Dr. Ray Ann Havasy at 516-764-0045 or RayAnn@cstl.org
2019 TRD workshops include:
Paleontology and dinosaurs – Paleontologist Ryan Ridder will teach all about these ancient creatures and give you some hands-on activities to take into the classroom
Project Based Learning – Dr. Ray Ann Havasy will help educators look at lessons in a more project-based way. This teaching strategy has proven results in helping students learn and retain information and it’s not as difficult as you think! Teachers walked away with an easy way to incorporate this teaching style in their classroom!
Animals – One of our animal care specialists will delight educators with our “animal show.”
The First 5 Minutes – what are some strategies for motivating students with engaging questions or demonstrations. Research shows us that the first 5 minutes plays a significant role in information retention.
Bringing the outside in – learn about some great activities indoors that focus on the great outdoors
Call 516-764-0045 with any questions.
Rave Reviews! Here are some comments from last year:
- Everyone was so enthusiastic and knowledgeable!
- So many resources and great ideas for the classroom-this was a great day!
- Loved it all!! So much better than other PD workshops
- I walked away with so many activities I can use and create with my students