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Cincinnati Art Museum
Programs are scheduled by demand, four weeks in advance and can be adapted to fit special needs or audiences Cost: $100 per 1-hour session. Cincinnati Fashion During the Golden Age - The last quarter of the 19th century was coined as the “Golden Age” of Cincinnati, a time when the arts flourished in the queen city.
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Program costs $100 each American Impressionism (grades 6–12) History, Visual Arts By viewing and discussing artworks by Mary Cassatt, William Merritt Chase, Childe Hassam, John Singer Sargent, and others, students discover how the advent of American Impressionism was more than just an imitation of the impressionist movement in France. The basic tenets of Impressionism, as well
Shout: Explore, Connect, Act
http://www.smithsonianconference.org/shout/ An Online Conference Series produced by Smithsonian Education which invites educators and students to take an active role in global environmental issues.
Mount Washington Observatory
Much less than the cost of a field trip, each program is $195 for a maximum of 30 students. A consecutive program is $155, and additional programs are just $125. Multi-day programs are also available, with special package pricing. Home of the world’s most severe weather! The tallest point in the northeastern United States and strategically
The Globe Program
http://www.globe.gov The Globe Program is a hands-on international science and education program that brings together students, teachers, scientists and community members to develop environmental awareness, understanding of other cultures, and a sense of global community. Participants include National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmosperic Administration (NOAA) and the National Science Foundation
Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology
Registration Form THE ROYAL TYRRELL MUSEUM VIRTUAL VISIT – All gradesWould a T.rex fit in your classroom? In this program suitable for all ages, students are guided through an interactive visit through Canada’s only museum devoted exclusively to the science of palaeontology. See how we explain changes in ecosystems throughout Earth’s history with our world-renowned fossil galleries
Royal Botanical Gardens
Cost of Programs: $125 To register go to: http://www.rbg.ca/Page.aspx?pid=341 PROGRAMS for Primary and Junior: • Creatures with Wings and Crawly Things (K–3)• Insects in Winter (2–6)• Wetland Ways (4)PROGRAMS for Intermediate and Senior:• Plant Adaptations: Wetlands Plants (7–12) • Plant Adaptations: Mediterranean Biome (7–12)• Human Impacts on Ecosystems (7–12)• Healing Plants (11)• Growth in the Greenhouse:
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Program Costs: $150 Registration Form Chesapeake Bay – Examine the fascinating life and role of the blue crab, an important link in the Chesapeake Bay food web. The video conference will focus on blue crab research conducted in the Bay, and what this research tells us about the state of the Bay and its watershed. Gr.
Kigluait Educational Adventures
Program Cost – $100 – $150 To register go to: http://www.kigluaitadventures.com/virtualmushing#mushalaska Mushing Alaska- An introduction to the history and cultural importance of mushing in Alaska as correlated with the history and cultural development of the Continental US. Cost: $150.00 (60 min Grades 3-12) $100.00 (45 min Grades PK-2) Date/ Time: Upon Request Grades: preK-12 Sled Dog Genetics: Puppies, Puppies