Take advantage of this opportunity to earn up to 2.5 hours of credit through this change-of-venue learning experience. Attendees will gain invaluable hands-on experience to take back to their district. These popular programs are ticketed events and open to all conference attendees. Choose one.
Friday, September 20, 2019
This experience offers more than most history museums. Here, attendees not only encounter the history of the Holocaust and human rights in the United States, but they are also encouraged to think through the most fundamental questions about human nature. Join your colleagues for an exclusive field trip to the museum on its opening weekend. Meet the Museum Education Team to learn how districts can partner with museums on SEL learning. Then, tour the state-of-the-art facilities of the new museum.
The Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden—a one-of-a-kind eight-acre, $64 million natural wonder that delights, educates, and entertains nearly 300,000 students and visitors each year by connecting them with nature—is the cornerstone of educational programming at the Dallas Arboretum. Discover the Children’s Adventure Garden to learn more about how we impact K-6 science education in 17 interactive galleries with more than 150 kid-friendly, STEM-focused exhibits to explore!
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*No additional fee is required; however, advance registration is necessary, and participation is limited.
*Check-in at Info Booth 1 near shuttle drop off. Buses board 7:30–7:45 a.m.