- Saturday, January 25 | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
- Offering Format: Professional Development Event
- Recommended for grades 3 – 12
- Hall of Human Life
- Free; register online
The Hall of Human Life is an innovative new exhibition that allows visitors to explore human biology and health issues. This dynamic space encourages student interaction as they discover that "humans are changing" due to a variety of genetic and environmental factors.
During this workshop, you will engage with the Hall of Human Life and learn strategies for using its 70+ interactive components with your students. A middle school teacher will share her experience leading a 6th grade field trip and how the data collected from the exhibit is being used in her classroom. We will also discuss connections to state and national standards, and share resources you can apply to your classroom and future field trips.
Registration is limited to Teacher Partners and is required at least one week in advance. Free parking is available for this workshop.
Photos © Michael Malyszko