The Science House Teacher Resource Center will be closing for the summer.
The last day for checkouts this year is Friday, May 23. The last day for returns is Friday, May 30.
Please note, we will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 26.
Thanks for taking part in another successful year in Science House.
Since September we have had over 1,139 visits resulting in 3,662 items and sets of items checked out. As always, as you are cleaning out and putting away your classroom for the summer keep an eye out for red boxes, any pieces or parts from checked out materials, and books that belong to Science House.
IB Continuum Workshop
We are excited to share that we will be offering the IB Continuum Workshop again this summer. Last year was our first summer combining efforts with MN IB to provide this institute and based on the outstanding feedback we received, we are offering it again.
The IB Continuum Workshop is 3 days, July 28-30, 2014. This workshop will integrate the trans-disciplinary themes from the Primary Years Programme (PYP), global contexts from the Middle Years Programme (MYP), and the PAGE Framework for Equity and Access in STEM Education. Learn more
PALS: Principals and School Leaders Summer Institute
Encourage your Principal and other school leaders to attend this special institute focused on school level change with regard to access and equity in STEM education.
The goals for the program are to:
- Develop a distributed leadership community of school leaders
- Create a foundation for STEM equity in our schools and classrooms
- Effect change in our schools that will promote the achievement of each and every student in STEM
The institute runs from June 23-27, is free to attend, and is made possible through a generous gift from a private donor. Learn more
Please note: The application deadline has passed, but there are still a few spots available. Please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about getting involved.
Flight of the Butterflies flutters in October 3
Follow the monarchs' perilous journey and join hundreds of millions of real butterflies in the remote mountain peaks of Mexico, with breathtaking cinematography from an award-winning team including Oscar® winner Peter Parks. And round out your visit to see the film with a visit to the Science Museum's live butterfly habitat. See dozens of species close-up, watch their natural behaviors, and explore their life cycles and how they are supported by their environment. For more information, contact School Liaison Kelly Meyer at email@example.com.
Search our catalog online. As always, if you'd like to reserve or renew an item, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.