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Educational Resources at the Museum: Learn & Teach AMNH

Details: Support for education initiatives at the American Museum of Natural History has been provided by the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation; Ms. Elena Ende and Mr. Seth Kaplowitz; The Rice Family Foundation; the Filomen M. D’Agostino Foundation; …

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Higher Education at AMNH

Details: Courses for Higher Education Explore the variety of science education courses offered online and in-person through our university partnerships. Fellowships for Higher Education Browse fellowship opportunities for museum, science, social science, and education …

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Museum Education and Employment Program AMNH

Details: The Museum Education and Employment Program (MEEP) interns at the American Museum of Natural History are college students: who enjoy learning new things—MEEP interns are curious. They strive to deepen their own understanding of the world around them and actively seek new ideas and experiences. who like engaging in conversation and sharing

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Educational Opportunities at the Museum AMNH

Details: The Museum offers a wide array of educational programs targeted to various audiences—students from preschool through high school, families, educators, and the general public. These programs take place on-site and at schools and community sites throughout the City, as part of the Museum’s continuing efforts to extend its resources beyond its

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Professional Learning for Educators AMNH

Details: Courses and Workshops International Baccalaureate Workshops Learn how to use museums and resources in your local community to create relevant and engaging units of instruction. Courses and Workshops Professional Learning Opportunities The Museum offers a range of professional learning opportunities for K-12 educators. Educator Programs Reflecting on Practice - RoP Join us for the …

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Graduate Degree Programs AMNH

Details: Part of Higher Education Programs. More in Learn & Teach. Degree Program Master of Arts in Teaching Earth Science Residency Learn to teach Earth and Space science through the Museum's Master of Arts in Teaching Earth Science Residency Program. Degree Program Richard Gilder Graduate School Learn about our graduate programs, which offer

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Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and

Details: The Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation at the American Museum of Natural History will invite all visitors to share in the excitement of discovery. The spectacular new facility will add exhibition galleries, state-of-the-art classrooms, an immersive theater, and a redesigned library, revealing more of the Museum’s

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Degree Programs for Educators AMNH

Details: Degree Programs for Educators. Part of Educators Programs. More in Learn & Teach. Degree Program Master of Arts in Teaching Earth Science Residency Learn to teach Earth and Space science through the Museum's Master of Arts in Teaching Earth Science Residency Program.

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Programs for Teens: Science Learning at the Museum AMNH

Details: Teen Programs. Teenagers examining an anatomical model of the human brain together. From paid teen internships to hands-on science courses and research opportunities, there are many ways for NYC high school students to join our Museum community. We are a global museum in one of the most diverse cities in the world, and we are committed to

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The Early Years AMNH

Details: Einstein's Education. According to popular lore, Albert Einstein was a poor student. It is true that he did not earn top grades in every subject, but he excelled at math and science, even though he skipped classes and had to cram for exams.

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Science Classes for Children & Families AMNH

Details: Classes for Children & Families. Student Programs Adventures in Science Classes Immerse your kid in science workshops that introduce scientific disciplines through hands-on investigation. Pre-K–5. Student Programs Lang Science Program 6-year program of hands-on science exploration and behind-the-scenes adventure for middle and high school

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Urban Advantage American Museum of Natural History

Details: Urban Advantage (UA), the Gottesman Center’s hallmark partnership program with the NYC Department of Education and seven other science-rich cultural institutions, has been continuously (since 2004!) providing professional learning for NYC’s public-school science teachers, parent coordinators, and administrators.UA provides classroom teaching resources and equipment, as well as, access to

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Professional Learning Programs & Resources for Educators

Details: Resources for Educators. Educator Materials Curriculum Collections Activities, articles, videos, and more, on subjects from Antarctica to invasive zebra mussels in the Hudson River. Educator Professional Learning Urban Advantage A program providing professional development for NYC teachers; equipment & supplies for schools; and field trips for

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Evaluation AMNH

Details: Evaluation. The Museum regularly conducts evaluations of both educational programs and exhibitions—both galleries and temporary exhibits. We use both formative evaluations, to inform program design, development, and implementation, and summative evaluations to assess program or product goals and educational expectations.

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Museum Wins Carnegie Award for Educational Programs AMNH

Details: The Carnegie Corporation awarded the Museum a $200,000 grant to support its distinguished science education and enrichment programs for K-12 students in New York City. “We are so grateful to Carnegie Corporation for this significant grant to support and enrich the Museum’s educational programs for New York City students and teachers,” said Museum President Ellen V. Futter.

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Internships for High School, College, and Graduate

Details: Museum Education and Employment Program (MEEP) The Museum Education and Employment Program is a unique, challenging, and paid summer experience for college-age youth. MEEP interns take a leading role in enhancing the experiences of Museum visitors, including thousands of children who visit the Museum each summer with camp groups.

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Educators' Evenings AMNH

Details: Educators' Evenings are networking receptions. Activities include a catered reception, an introduction to the exhibition by curators, curriculum materials and demonstrations, and resources to support field trips with students. These programs are free to educators, but …

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Education Blog Posts American Museum of Natural History

Details: Education posts Museum Partners with MIT to Introduce Students to AI in Scientific Research With a grant from the National Science Foundation, Museum program for high school students adds a machine learning track. January 28, 2021 Education posts Museum Receives Grant to Study COVID-19 Impact on STEM Students The research team will look at how students from the Science …

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Internships for Higher Education AMNH

Details: Part of Higher Education Programs. More in Learn & Teach. Programs and Events Internships for High School, College, and Graduate Students Internships for museum, science, social science, and education professionals. Programs and Events Museum Education and Employment Program The Museum Education and Employment Program is a unique, challenging

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Fellowships for Higher Education AMNH

Details: Fellowships for Higher Education. Part of Higher Education Programs. More in Learn & Teach. Educator Programs Helen Fellowship The Helen Fellowship is a 1-year residency for post-bacc women in computational scientific research and educational outreach.

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Admissions and Aid AMNH

Details: Individuals may also file complaints, as applicable, with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights, which has its regional enforcement office at Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 32 Old Slip, 26th floor, New York, NY 10005-2500, 646-428-3900, or [email protected] and/or the Equal Employment Opportunity

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Careers at the Museum American Museum of Natural History

Details: Individuals may also file complaints, as applicable, with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights, which has its regional enforcement office at Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 32 Old Slip, 26th floor, New York, NY 10005-2500, 646-428-3900, or [email protected] and/or the Equal Employment Opportunity

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Researchers to Study COVID-19 Impact on STEM Students AMNH

Details: The educators administering the study are hopeful that the findings can inform science education efforts as they seek innovative solutions to the challenges resulting from the pandemic, Gupta said. Learn more about COVID-19 and related research …

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Science Research Mentoring Program AMNH

Details: The Museum’s Education Collection is generously supported by the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation. Subscribe to our newsletter. Sign Up. American Museum of Natural History 200 Central Park West New York, NY 10024-5102 Phone: 212-769-5100. Open Wednesday–Sunday, 10 am–5:30 pm.

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Contact Us American Museum of Natural History

Details: Education. Visit the Education Department for information about lectures and programs related to current exhibitions, as well as day trips, kids' programs, classes, and the Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival. Event and Conference Services. Phone: 212-769-5350 (9 am–5 pm, Monday–Friday) Email: [email protected] Or fill out our online

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Master of Arts in Teaching Earth Science Residency

Details: Behind the scenes at the Museum—and immersed in an urban classroom. Learn to teach Earth and space science for grades 7-12 in the New York City area through the Master of Arts in Teaching Earth Science Residency Program at the American Museum of Natural History, the first urban teacher residency program offered by a museum. The program is housed within the Richard Gilder Graduate …

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Conservation Teaching and Learning Studios AMNH

Details: As a part of our Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP) program, the CBC organizes Conservation Teaching and Learning Studios to promote opportunities for professional development.Using an action-oriented, participatory approach to conservation education, the studios bring together teams of conservation educators to exchange teaching strategies, train in evidence …

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Field Trip to the Moon Educator's Guide AMNH

Details: Field Trip to the Moon Educator's Guide. Part of the Field Trip to the Moon Curriculum Collection. Take your students on a comprehensive tour of the moon to help them discover careers in science and education with this DVD and its classroom investigations.

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Helen Fellowship Post-Baccalaureate Residency AMNH

Details: 1,580 likes. The Helen Fellowship is a one-year NYC residency at the Museum for post-baccalaureate women focused on computational research + educational outreach—and we’re looking for new applicants to apply by January 20! Meet one of our current fellows, Madelyne Xiao. She’s a recent graduate of Stanford University, where she studied

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Educator Resorces for Brain: The Inside Story AMNH

Details: Brain: The Inside Story Educator's Guide. Get an advance look at the exhibition's major themes and what your class will encounter. This ten-page guide for K-12 educators includes a Map of the Exhibition, Essential Questions (important background content), Teaching in the Exhibition (self-guided explorations), Come Prepared Checklist, Correlation to Standards, and Glossary.

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Plant Identification AMNH

Details: Students learn techniques for observing, collecting, identifying, and preserving plants. Hands-on activities help them hone their observation skills and learn how to identify and classify specimens. Students can put these skills to work in the field, observing plants and collecting specimens to press and preserve.

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Informal Science Education Policy: Issues and

Details: Informal Science Education Policy: Issues and Opportunities. A CAISE Inquiry Group Report. Washington, D.C.: Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education. This 2010 report was produced by the Policy Study Inquiry Group of the Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE).

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Science Topics AMNH

Details: A unique collection of articles, videos, news, and more from the Museum about featured scientific topics. Science Topics offer access to the Museum’s ongoing work in scientific research, exhibition, and education, with collections of unique digital resources on featured scientific topics that reflect the breadth and depth of the Museum’s

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Making Science Matter: Collaborations between Informal

Details: Washington, D.C.: Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE). [Link to report] This report is the result of work by the Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE) Formal/Informal Inquiry Group, which was constituted in 2008 to explore relationships between formal and informal settings in science education.

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Melanie J. Hopkins AMNH

Details: Education. University of Chicago, Ph.D., 2010; Stanford University, B.S., 2002; Research Interests. Dr. Hopkins’s research focuses on the study of morphological evolution in the fossil record. She is interested in the quantification and analysis of complex morphology; analysis of within-lineage tempo and mode of evolution; the influence of

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Special Collections AMNH

Details: The film and audiovisual collections document the Museum’s involvement in scientific exploration, discovery, and public education. A significant portion of the film collection was created by expedition members during the 1920s and 30s when the Museum sponsored expeditions across the globe or have been donated by Museum trustees and affiliates

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Ellen Futter, President of the American Museum of Natural

Details: In testimony delivered Thursday, March 4, before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology, Ellen V. Futter, President of the American Museum of Natural History, stated that it is essential that the federal government continue to support and fund museums and other science-related cultural institutions as ―powerful catalysts‖ and key players in reforming K-12

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