WE ARE EXCITED TO OFFER THIS TRAINING
PRESENTED BY: THE DENVER MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE
Teaching science does not have to be intimidating. In fact, it is an ideal and natural way to tap into a child’s sense of wonder and exploration.
By simply extending what you already do a little further through the skills of science play and discovery, you will soon learn that not only is it doable, but also fun and enriching for the children you teach.
This workshop is chock full of ideas and strategies that you can use right away with materials already found in your classroom. You’ll leave with a host of hands-on activities and a fresh perspective on how to ignite curiosities and develop skills of observation and investigation.
Dig into hands-on fun and add practical tools to your science tool box!
NOTE: ROOM CHANGE to Conference Room - Gray's Peak 1571 (located on the main level, West End, next to Coffee Shop)
Teaching Practice 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 2.2