In this Academy for Teachers session, Dartmouth professor Peter Winkler with show how puzzles highlight mathematical concepts and make math fun.
Engage Middle School students in Heat Transfer with Inquiry, Discourse, and Claim, Evidence, Reasoning (CER)
Get introduced to phenomenon-based teaching and student representational thinking through white-boarding, discourse, guided inquiry, and claim, evidence, reasoning (CER).
Explore the Power of Data in MCNY’s New Exhibition, Who We Are: Visualizing New York by the Numbers
This exhibition reveals the importance of the 2020 Census, not only for ensuring fair political representation and funding but for shaping questions of identity in a rapidly changing world.
Project Laboratory: NYS Living Environment Labs Make-Over Edition
The NYS Living Environment contains four required labs that are tested on the regents exams. These lab experiences are cookie-cutter in nature – but do they have to be? Learn more at this Sunday session.
Understanding the Human Body: Science and Medicine with Dr. Anthony Hollenberg
How can the tiny thyroid wreak such havoc? How do doctors and scientists work together to advance medical knowledge? Learn firsthand from Dr. Hollenberg.
American Museum of Natural History: Seminars on Science
Advance your career and earn graduate credit with 6-week online courses in the life, Earth, and physical sciences.