-Black History MonthO’ia-da International Inc
-Natasha Grider/Las Colinas Elementary School Librarian
-Richard Sands – Telepresence CFBISD
Glacier Nation Park
–Glacier National Park(Free) National Park Ranger show the students beauty and wildlife of Glacier National Park. Students “kayak” virtually on the water as they learn about the park and it’s inhabitants. Distance Learning site Click here
Distance learning experiences at the Intrepid Museum bring the historic WWII ship and Museum’s collections to classrooms, libraries and senior centers all over the country. During program sessions audiences learn through inquiry, experimentation, discussion and examination of historical documents and photographs. Topics discussed include the USS Intrepid’s cruises, day-to-day life aboard a ship and the laws of flight. Virtual Investigations are great ways to learn more about science, history and technology for those who are not able to visit the Museum.
MILK- from Cow to Cartoon
(Free) ” The average American is three generations removed from the farm and does not have a clear understanding of where their food and fiber come from.” -American Farm Bureau
–Perot MuseumTapping into the world of expertise that the Perot Museum of Nature and Science has to offer has never been easier! Our engaging ScienceCast programs give you and your class the opportunity to interact with our knowledgeable instructors in real time as our TEKS-aligned programs capture the interest and imagination of your students
–Read Around the Planet (RAP)
Celebration of reading and Dr. Seuss’s birthday. February 23-March 6 2015
You and another classroom share a selected story and learn about each other local and interests. Let us know and we will register you and schedule you event.
These programs require a reservation and are on a first come, first served bases.I will send you available dates and more information if you are interested, or if you know someone who is please feel free to forward this email. Also, I have attached flyers with additional information for both of these programs. I am more than happy to answer any questions, and help you and your students get started with these unique hands-on educational programs.