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Early Childhood Education Associate

The responsibility of the Early Childhood Education Associate is the development and implementation of programs for young learners, their caregivers and educators.

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Little Makers: Crystal Engineers

Design and make your own crystal using household ingredients.

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Little Makers: Tie Dye Fab(ric)

Learn to tie-dye and create colorful swirls and groovy patterns while transforming pieces of fabric.

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Little Makers: Ooey Gooey Ooez

Mix simple household ingredients to make wacky oobleck.

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NYSCI Honors Guy Chiarello

Guy Chiarello, President of First Data, receives the Distinguished Leadership Award at the 2016 NYSCI Gala.

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NYSCI Honors Leonard Schleifer and George Yancopoulos

Dr. Leonard Schleifer (CEO) and Dr. George Yancopoulos (CSO) of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals receive the Vision and Venture Award at the 2016 NYSCI Gala.

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NYSCI Honors Ayah Bdeir

Ayah Bdeir, Founder and CEO of littleBits, receives the Creative Entrepreneurship Award at the 2016 NYSCI Gala.

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NYSCI Honors Shateesh, Anna and Laycca

Shateesh Bhugwansing, Anna McPherran and Laycca Umer receive the Seidenberg Family Top of the Ladder Award at the 2016 NYSCI Gala.

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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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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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