This Saturday, The Educator Event gives teachers a look at Houston museums


January 19, 2016
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The Educator Event @HMNS is an exclusive event for all educators including student teachers, administrators, education undergraduate and graduate students, and home school educators. Join us Saturday, Jan. 23 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a free day at the museum featuring educational workshops and the opportunity to earn three hours of CPE credit. Workshops will be presented by the Houston Museum of Natural Science as well as other local museums and educational institutions. Workshops will cover several subject areas from science to history to art! San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site presents a workshop on how the Battle of San Jacinto was a turning point in Texas history. Explore the Hoover Dam with NRG Energy and create your own pocket book with The Printing Museum. Check out all 14 workshops in our event program to plan out your day!

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Discover field trips, outreach programs and teacher workshops that cater to your needs! There will be representatives from multiple organizations offering curriculum, field trip ideas, and activities for your subject. Get your students to interact with Texas history by visiting the Houston Heritage Society table and discovering their historical field trips.  Discover the geometry of a baseball field by talking to Minute Maid Park Tours about their TEKS-aligned programming. For a truly unique experience with biology and history, talk to the National Museum of Funeral History about their History of Embalming exhibit. Come see these organizations and more to discover how to create an experience your students will never forget!

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Registration is still open. Sign up today at www.hmns.org/educatorevent.

Kelsey
Authored By Kelsey Friedemann

Kelsey started working at the Museum through Xplorations summer camp, and this fall she started working as a programs facilitator. She is a presenter for several outreach programs, assists with overnight programs, and assists with education collections during summer camp. Her favorite dinosaur is a Triceratops found at HMNS Sugar Land. The Triceratops is also named "Kelsey."

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