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New York Hall of Science

New York Hall of Science North Wing

New York City middle and high school teachers learning to use the new BiotechLab at the Hall

More New York City teachers participating in the “Teaching Science Through the Lens of a Science Center” at the Hall

New York City middle and high school teachers learn how to use the BiotechLab to teach biology and microbiology at the Hall.

Teachers learning about spectroscopy during the “Teaching Astronomy Using Starlab” course given through Touro College at the New York Hall of Science

New York City Teachers taking a course through Brooklyn College – “Teaching Science Through the Lens of a Science Center” – at the Hall

Frank Signorello, the Hall’s VP of Professional Development, guides teachers through science and technology teaching programs

New York City teachers use spectroscopes in the “Teaching Astronomy Using Starlab” course at the Hall

Built initially as a pavilion for the 1964 World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science is now New York City’s hands-on science and technology center. Since 1986, the Hall has served more than 5 million children, parents, and teachers.

The mission of the Hall is “to convey the excitement and understanding of science and technology to children, families, teachers and others by galvanizing their curiosity and offering them creative, participatory ways to learn.”
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