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Scenes from the New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York

Scientific Inquiry as a Time Machine

In late May, 20 high school students spent a Saturday at NYSCI conducting hands-on activities for museum visitors. Activities included a self-inflating balloon, dry ice bubbles, elephant toothpaste and more. The event was part of an apprenticeship program with ExpandEd called Scientific Inquiry as a…

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Teacher Mentorship Program

NYSCI has partnered with Queens College on a new teacher mentorship program. Experienced middle and high school science teachers will receive mentorship training and provide classroom opportunities for pre-service science teachers. Mentors will receive a $1,000 stipend for completing the program. To be eligible, teachers…

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Science Coach

NYSCI’s Science Coach works with schools in need of science-program restructuring, with the ultimate goal of transforming and improving science education through mentoring, assistance with curriculum development, science lab support, and educational resources. Scope of coaching can encompass a series of selected days, weekly or…

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