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Pre Maker Faire Pop-up in the park at New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York. September 23, 2015. Photos by Andrew Kelly for NySci.

A Parent’s Role in STEM Education

Like countless immigrants before her, Angelica Salgado came to the United States to provide a better life for her family.

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Science in the Park

Science in the Park

Free science activities in Alley Pond Park in Little Neck, Queens will take place on eight Sundays in May and June.

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Making a Platform for Empowerment

NYSCI’s Director of Maker Programs, David Wells writes about youth and education in Maker Spaces.

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Young People's Chorus

NYSCI presents in collaboration with Carnegie Hall’s Neighborhood Concerts: YOUNG PEOPLE’S CHORUS OF NEW YORK CITY

Watch a special concert by the Young People’s Chorus of New York City (YPC).

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Scenes at New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York

With New Initiative, NYSCI Envisions Queens as a Hub for Creative STEM Learning

Queens 2020, a new initiative to create a partnership between the museum and the communities it serves.

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OER Commons: (Re)Mixing in the Common Core Classroom

August 24 – 25; 9 am – 3 pm Join the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management In Education (ISKME) as they provide teachers with the opportunity to learn about a free online resource called OER Commons. This two day workshop will focus on…

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Jobs

MASTER Program Residency Year Science Coach – PT

Department:   Science & Technology, Programs & Research Reports to:      Director of Pre-Service Science Teacher Education Program Background: New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) is New York City’s only hands-on science and technology center, with a mission to bring the excitement and understanding of…

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Douglas Moore – NYSCI’s New Learning Apps

Doug Moore, NYSCI’s VP of Digital Education Strategy, talks about NYSCI’s new Noticing Tools™.

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Virtual Visit

Virtual Visits

Visit and interact with NYSCI from your school or learning center using a variety of videoconferencing technologies.

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Virtual Visit Guide

Review these suggestions for your Virtual Visit to help ensure that the program is of the highest quality possible.

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Network Literacy document published

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

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GeniGames

SciPlay, in partnership with The Concord Consortium, presents GeniGames, a web-based application that supports the teaching and learning of genetics in high school.

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Jobs

Maker Space Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION Position Title:   Maker Space Coordinator Department:      Education Services Reports to:        Manager of Creative Making and Learning FLSA Status:    Exempt (Professional) Background: New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) is New York City’s only hands-on science and technology center, with a mission…

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Big Science Days

Bring NYSCI to your school or district-wide event for a Big Science Day.

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Urban Advantage Family Science Day breaks attendance records

More than 2,000 people attended the annual Urban Advantage Family Science Day.

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Scenes from the "Dead or Alive party at New York Hall of Science in New York

Dead or Alive

Pumpkin chucking, live bats, and bioluminescence projects are all part of the fun at NYSCI’s two-weekend celebration of Halloween and the Day of the Dead. Some activities require an additional fee.

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Scenes from the "Dead or Alive party at New York Hall of Science in New York

Dead or Alive

Pumpkin chucking, live bats, and bioluminescence projects are all part of the fun at NYSCI’s two-weekend celebration of Halloween and the Day of the Dead. Some activities require an additional fee.

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Scenes from the "Dead or Alive party at New York Hall of Science in New York

Dead or Alive

Pumpkin chucking, live bats, and bioluminescence projects are all part of the fun at NYSCI’s two-weekend celebration of Halloween and the Day of the Dead. Some activities require an additional fee.

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Scenes from the "Dead or Alive party at New York Hall of Science in New York

Dead or Alive

Pumpkin chucking, live bats, and bioluminescence projects are all part of the fun at NYSCI’s two-weekend celebration of Halloween and the Day of the Dead. Some activities require an additional fee.

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NYSCI Wins Pinnacle Award

NYSCI has been recognized by CILC for our high quality educational content and exceptional skill at program delivery.

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