Tag archives for Field Trips

  1. Field Trip Spotlight: Teaching Museum South

    “Teaching Museum South’s mission is to provide the finest in cultural, artistic and interactive hands-on arts and learning programs. Our goal is to provide arts and learning programs that increase student test scores and improve student achievement.” – Teaching Museum South Visit the Teaching Museum South website to download a guide to their teaching programs. Programs […]

  2. Spotlight on the National Park Service – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birth Home Celebration

    The National Park Service invites you to join a community celebration recognizing 30 years of preserving, protecting, and interpreting the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The celebration will take place on Auburn Avenue between Boulevard and Howell Street (the Birth Home block). Relive history through storytelling, music, and costumed characters from the […]

  3. Spotlight on Zoo Atlanta

    Zoo Atlanta has many offerings for teachers. Visit Zoo Atlanta to earn PLUs, to take your class on a field trip, register for teacher appreciation days at the zoo, or book a Zoo Mobile visit to your school. Visit the educators page on the Zoo Atlanta website for more information!

  4. Spotlight on the Carter Center Library and Museum

    The Carter Center Library and Museum has recently undergone a $10 million dollar renovation. In a previous blog post I profiled the free field trip sponsorships available with this museum.Each week I will spotlight a museum, zoo, aquarium, or park in Georgia with educational offerings. The information will also be listed on the corresponding blog page. If […]

  5. $10,000.00 and Free Field Trips to the Carter Center Library and Museum!

    The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum and the Coca Cola Foundation are sponsoring field trips to the newly renovated museum and library for Georgia’s students. In 2009 the museum underwent a ten-million dollar renovation, and is now one of the most high-tech museums in the country. Programs and exhibits are aligned to the Georgia Performance […]

  6. First Reaction to: Reaction Grid

    This past week, several members of the Second Life LC ventured into the virtual world known as Reaction Grid. We met up with Jokay Wollongong (Jo Kay in RL) who guided us around and answered questions while we got our bearings. She also took us to her own spot on the RG called jokaydia.We decided […]

  7. Even Second Life is Involved in Earth Day

    If you have a chance, you might want to check out OneClimate Island which “…provides information about OneClimate.net, an organization which believes people need to be fully aware of the threat of climate change and work together to bring about a fair and sustainable world.” In fact, you might want to check out the following […]

  8. Join the DEN and Welcome BACK the Grunions!

      Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike by kalavinka Join Discovery Educator Network members their families on Saturday April 25th for the 2009 Grunion Run! This event will include a bonfire, private Grunion movie presentation at the Cabrillo Aquarium followed by time to explore the aquarium’s exhibits before heading back to the beach to watch the Grunions make […]

  9. My 1st Grunion Run

    Thanks to DEN member Tom Lau… I had the opportunity to attend yet another field trip to a place I have wanted to go for years…. A GRUNION RUN!  It only happens here in CA… we are soo lucky?  Have you ever been on one? Tom and his highschool students piled in the bus at […]

  10. Museum of Tolerance

    I have wanted to go the Museum of Tolerance for well over a year… but you know how it goes… one thing then another.  But when DEN member Char Gould emailed and asked if I wanted to tag-a-long, I didn’t let this opportunity pass.  So off I went with a bunch of high school students.  […]