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Thursday, 09/28/2017

Cultivate: An Educators Guide to Food Systems Educator Series
Thursday, 09/28/2017 (03:30 PM - 06:30 PM)

The Food System program provides a rigorous and relevant look at how we relate to our food system through authentic science and reflective practice.  Educators will learn about topical teaching sequences, gearing lessons towards NGSS standards, planning deeper explorations into food systems with your class, and most importantly excite youth about the natural world!

Dates and Topics:

Food Systems:  September 28th

Soils and Compost:  October 11th

Plants and Hydroponics:  January 18th

 Sustainability:  March 14th

School Garden Asset Mapping and Planning:  April 5th

Insects and Pollination:  May 10th 

 

Registration:  http://bit.ly/2wLKD3b

Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

Wednesday, 10/04/2017

Community Outreach and Engagement
Wednesday, 10/04/2017 (09:00 AM - 03:30 PM)

Community Outreach and Engagement will provide you with the skills to do effective outreach and engagement in your community and to understand the difference. This workshop will cover the benefits and challenges of community engagement. You will learn how to identify audiences to engage such as business community, residents, leaders, youth and under-represented groups. You will hear about the many engagement tools you can use such as storytelling circles, focus groups, rich pictures, interviews, posters and story maps. You will come away with the skills to develop and implement a targeted volunteer led plan for community engagement and in doing so, strengthen your project and community.

 

To register please click on the link: Community Outreach and Engagement

 

Location

  • UNH Cooperative Extension Merrimack County Office, 315 Daniel Webster Highway, Boscawen, NH, 03303

Wednesday, 10/11/2017

Cultivate: An Educators Guide to Food Systems Educator Series
Wednesday, 10/11/2017 (03:30 PM - 06:30 PM)

The Food System program provides a rigorous and relevant look at how we relate to our food system through authentic science and reflective practice.  Educators will learn about topical teaching sequences, gearing lessons towards NGSS standards, planning deeper explorations into food systems with your class, and most importantly excite youth about the natural world!

Dates and Topics:

Food Systems:  September 28th

Soils and Compost:  October 11th

Plants and Hydroponics:  January 18th

Sustainability:  March 14th

School Garden Asset Mapping and Planning:  April 5th

Insects and Pollination:  May 10th 

 

Registration:  http://bit.ly/2wLKD3b

Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

Thursday, 10/12/2017

Engineering is Elementary
Thursday, 10/12/2017 (04:00 PM - 07:00 PM)

 

 

Engineering is Elementary is the Boston Museum of Science's award-winning curriculum that provides a hands-on approach to discover how engineering and the engineering design process can be brought into the classroom. Learn to solve real-life problems and how everyday items work while embedding science and engineering into your existing ELA curriculum. This workshop will provide ideas, practical projects, and resources to help integrate existing lessons into the K-6 classroom. Instructor: Laura Nickerson

Registration link: http://bit.ly/2t0o0dG

Thursdays, October 12 & 19, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Cost: $75

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Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

Thursday, 10/19/2017

Engineering is Elementary
Thursday, 10/19/2017 (04:00 PM - 07:00 PM)

 

 

Engineering is Elementary is the Boston Museum of Science's award-winning curriculum that provides a hands-on approach to discover how engineering and the engineering design process can be brought into the classroom. Learn to solve real-life problems and how everyday items work while embedding science and engineering into your existing ELA curriculum. This workshop will provide ideas, practical projects, and resources to help integrate existing lessons into the K-6 classroom. Instructor: Laura Nickerson

Registration link: http://bit.ly/2t0o0dG

Thursdays, October 12 & 19, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Cost: $75

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Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

Thursday, 01/18/2018

Cultivate: An Educators Guide to Food Systems Educator Series
Thursday, 01/18/2018 (03:30 PM - 06:30 PM)

The Food System program provides a rigorous and relevant look at how we relate to our food system through authentic science and reflective practice.  Educators will learn about topical teaching sequences, gearing lessons towards NGSS standards, planning deeper explorations into food systems with your class, and most importantly excite youth about the natural world!

Dates and Topics:

Food Systems:  September 28th

Soils and Compost:  October 11th

Plants and Hydroponics:  January 18th

Sustainability:  March 14th

School Garden Asset Mapping and Planning:  April 5th

Insects and Pollination:  May 10th 

 

Registration:  http://bit.ly/2wLKD3b

Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

Wednesday, 03/14/2018

Cultivate: An Educators Guide to Food Systems Educator Series
Wednesday, 03/14/2018 (03:30 PM - 06:30 PM)

The Food System program provides a rigorous and relevant look at how we relate to our food system through authentic science and reflective practice.  Educators will learn about topical teaching sequences, gearing lessons towards NGSS standards, planning deeper explorations into food systems with your class, and most importantly excite youth about the natural world!

Dates and Topics:

Food Systems:  September 28th

Soils and Compost:  October 11th

Plants and Hydroponics:  January 18th

 Sustainability:  March 14th

School Garden Asset Mapping and Planning:  April 5th

Insects and Pollination:  May 10th 

 

Registration:  http://bit.ly/2wLKD3b

Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

Thursday, 04/05/2018

Cultivate: An Educators Guide to Food Systems Educator Series
Thursday, 04/05/2018 (03:30 PM - 06:30 PM)

The Food System program provides a rigorous and relevant look at how we relate to our food system through authentic science and reflective practice.  Educators will learn about topical teaching sequences, gearing lessons towards NGSS standards, planning deeper explorations into food systems with your class, and most importantly excite youth about the natural world!

Dates and Topics:

Food Systems:  September 28th

Soils and Compost:  October 11th

Plants and Hydroponics:  January 18th

 Sustainability:  March 14th

School Garden Asset Mapping and Planning:  April 5th

Insects and Pollination:  May 10th 

 

Registration:  http://bit.ly/2wLKD3b

Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

Thursday, 05/10/2018

Cultivate: An Educators Guide to Food Systems Educator Series
Thursday, 05/10/2018 (03:30 PM - 06:30 PM)

The Food System program provides a rigorous and relevant look at how we relate to our food system through authentic science and reflective practice.  Educators will learn about topical teaching sequences, gearing lessons towards NGSS standards, planning deeper explorations into food systems with your class, and most importantly excite youth about the natural world!

Dates and Topics:

Food Systems:  September 28th

Soils and Compost:  October 11th

Plants and Hydroponics:  January 16th

Sustainability:  March 14th

School Garden Asset Mapping and Planning:  April 5th

Insects and Pollination:  May 10th 

 

Registration:  http://bit.ly/2wLKD3b

Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

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