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Arizona Science Center: STaR Space Science Module

Cost Indoors

June 24, 25, 26, 27 | 8:00 a.m

  • Hybrid (Online & In-person)
  • Finished 6/25/2024, 6:59:59 AM
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June 24, 25, 26, 27 | 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Participants will engage in four days of hands-on, research-based learning activities and one day of asynchronous learning that challenge common student* misconceptions about space science. Explore how the Earth and Moon move within our solar system, why the Moon’s appearance changes, the cause of eclipses and the effects of Earth’s tilt on the length of days and seasons. Deadline to apply is May 27, 2024 *Focused on grades 5–6 Generously supported by the Richard F. Caris Charitable Trust. APPLY NOW APPLY NOW FOR ARIZONA SCIENCE CENTER’S SCIENCE TEACHER RESIDENCY PROGRAM (STAR) STaR is an innovative, hands-on program that is led by expert facilitators and content specialists focused on addressing common misconceptions about STEM subjects that are often taught in the classroom. STaR starts with four days of instruction at Arizona Science Center and one day of asynchronous learning. The program gives participants the tools to take these same lessons back to their schools and classrooms. Participating teachers also receive a year of mentoring and coaching as part of STaR. At the end of the program, they will walk away with all the materials needed to create lesson plans to effectively teach what they’ve learned. Why Apply? STaR Perks Include: $450 Participant stipend $500 worth of supplies for the classroom to implement the content Traveling? We’ll cover the hotel! Lunch included daily Ongoing mentoring and coaching

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