Workshops for Educators working with students grades K-12.
Workshop topics include:
Astronomy / Earth Science
Forces, Energy, and Movement
Color and Light
Social Studies Content:
Rochester's Underground Railroad
The Haudenosaunee (Iroquois)
Object-Based Teaching ("Reading" Primary Documents and Artifacts)
Supporting Literacy with Science
Below are some specific workshops to choose from, or
contact us and we will create a customized workshop
that meets your needs.
Environmental Science Workshop:
Focusing on Watersheds—FREE
T886, Tuesday 7/23/2013 8:00am–12pm
for Teachers of Grades 6–9
4 Professional Development Hours
Use real-life issues affecting watersheds such as hydrofracking to teach hands-on minds-on science and critical thinking.
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To apply, call 585.697.1942
Offered by the RMSC in conjunction with the County of Monroe's Water Education Collaborative
Making the Most of the RMSC—FREE
for Teachers of Grades PreK–12
Available for a group of educators at times to be determined.
Find out about our offerings, techniques for focusing students on content and engaging them in inquiry while at the museum, how to extend the learning with pre- and post- activities, and tips for applying for funding your field trip or outreach.
For more Information, contact the Head of School and Teacher Programs at: (585)271-4552, ext 521 or firstname.lastname@example.org