Teachers

Teachers

Professional Development for Teachers

NYSCI offers innovative professional development experiences for teachers of all grades including pre-service and after-school teachers. Our goal is to help teachers infuse their classes with hands-on activities, scientific inquiry, strong content, science communication and literacy to strengthen, inspire and excite STEM teaching and learning. We offer various programs that correlate to science standards and can be customized to meet your needs.

 

Inquire Now

  • The Value of Systems Thinking to Climate Change Education

    16147417670_649304de1a_kUnderstanding the complex interactions involved in a changing climate, teachers increase their own confidence in teaching about them.

  • NGSS EQuIP-Revised Lessons

    Images from the Making Meaning [M2] conference at the New York Hall of Science in New YorkNYSCI, working with Achieve, has created 17 classroom lessons and supporting materials that are available for free on the Teacher TryScience website.

  • Network Literacy document published

    This brochure about network literacy states basic ideas for the study of networks in plain language, presenting seven essential concepts.

  • Science Coach

    sciencecoach_ftdNYSCI’s Science Coach program includes mentoring, assistance with curriculum development, science lab support, and educational resources.

  • After School Science Resources for Educators

    kitsNYSCI provides training for after school educators on the AfterSchool Kidzscience kit.

  • Teachers TryScience

    ttslogoTeachers TryScience is a web site for teachers that provides free and engaging lessons, teaching strategies and resources.

  • Teacher Resources

    library_resource_02NYSCI's Science Technology Library offers educators access to our Teacher Resource collection, which includes lesson plans, activities and curriculum standards.

  • My Carbon Footprint

    MCF_ftd_teachersMy Carbon Footprint is an educational initiative designed to build awareness about climate change science.