Friday 23 August from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm CDT
No admission fee.
For professional teachers, informal educators,
homeschoolers and students.
RSVP not required but appreciated.
Between 13 August and 22 September, HRPO will be moved into a new era of its original stated goal of “bringing astronomy to the people.” Simultaneously, this new annual program premieres as a first-point-of-contact session for educators within HRPO’s service area. This session will describe in detail the following manners that HRPO can be used for a variety of education exploits.
STEM-oriented field trips
This fall, new topics and new physical science activities and demonstrations are premiering on the field trip “menu.”
Extra-credit visits (lectures and observing/sketching)
A new section of this website will list various deep-sky objects and when they will be available for viewing. Additional, lectures will be announced two to three weeks sooner.
Assistance for science fair projects
This process is slightly involved but worth it. Members of the Baton Rouge Astronomical Society provide in-depth assistance with selected astronomy-oriented projects requiring data gathering.
Registration-required STEM sessions covering Next Generation Science Standards
More of HRPO’s fee-based programs will cover and satisfy NGSS requirements.
[Since RSVPs are informal, if possible please email firstname.lastname@example.org, mention your school/education group and number of people planning to attend.]
Created by Frederick J. Barnett on Friday, August 9, 2019, 05:38 PM.