Mousey Monday – A Virtual Field Trip from the Museum of Science











Mousey is tuning in LIVE on Thursday October 17, 2013, at 1:00pm ET to join us from the Museum of Science in Boston, one of our nation’s premier informal learning institutions.

Register here:

This event will explore the natural and human-made world through the lens of engineering. We’ll be visiting STEMtastic exhibits like a Van de Graaff generator, a machine that makes indoor lightning.  We’ll also provide a sneak peak of the Hall of Human Life, a brand-new exhibit opening in November. Its role is to highlight breakthroughs in Biology and Biotechnology. Come with your questions ready as we spark your students’ interest in a wide range of STEM fields. Students will have the opportunity to submit their questions to be answered live during the event!


Below are a few “Frequently Asked Questions” to help you get to know more about this event:

Q: Do I need to register all my students or just my classroom?

A: You only need one ticket for a location or classroom. All your students are covered by the one ticket.


Q: My classroom can’t make this time, will there be an archive?

A: Yes, classrooms and teachers registered for the event will be notified when the archive is available, soon after the live event.


Q: What do I need to attend the virtual field trip?

A: No special equipment is needed to view this event online. All you need is an internet connected computer (and a way to share with students – projector and speakers). Students will have the chance to submit questions to ask live.


We hope you and your students take advantage of this free virtual field trip! Mousey hopes to see you all there!


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