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 Astronomy for the Out-of-School
Time Setting

Thursdays – May 23rd & 30th
9:30AM – 12:00PM
776 Washington Street – Dorchester, MA 02124

What’s the difference between the Solar System and the Universe? Join MAP and out-of-school time (OST) educators for a .5-CEU course designed to support staff as they explore astronomy concepts through engaging hands-on activities, and focus on the universe outside the solar system. Don’t have a science background? Not a problem! At this 2-part training participants will:

  • Broaden their knowledge and understanding of the MA Curriculum Frameworks and develop Astronomy-based programming for school-age youth 
  • Identify and examine resources available to support Astronomy learning in OST programs 
  • Strengthen their knowledge of the Solar System and the Universe 
  • Learn strategies for developing children’s observation skills 
  • Strengthen their capacity to create a learning environment and Astronomy curriculum that inspires kids afterschool and during the summer 
  • Experience the fun associated with Astronomy-based learning

For more information about the training, please contact Nicole Wilkins at (617) 338-0005.

This class is offered by the Massachusetts Afterschool Partnership (MAP) through the Region 6 EPS Collaborative. For more class offerings, view the EEC Professional Development Calendar at www.eec.state.ma.us or the Region 6 webpage at http://region6eps.bostonabcd.org/

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