Teacher Resource Day 2012
Saturday, October 6, 2012
PRI’s annual Teacher Resource Day is a great professional development opportunity for local and regional educators. During the day, our teacher guests are treated to tables of specimens and publications, free to take for use in their classroom. From pig skulls to gastropod shells, last year's collection was an eclectic but exciting lot for the teachers, and this year promises to feature more amazing specimens. Following the specimen grab, treat yourself to a behind-the-scenes tour, a private tour of our new exhibition Did Dinosaurs Poop?, and a chance to meet the bones of our newest star: a teenage Apatosaurus. Dr. Judith Nagel-Myers will close the day with a talk on the prehistory of Antarctica! The combination of take-home specimens and activities, as well as interacting with PRI scientists and fellow educators, make Teacher Resource Day a very special event for our local teachers and educators! Breakfast is provided.
To register, contact Johanna Batman at 607-273-6623 x13 or email@example.com. Free gift for the first 50 registered teachers.