If you’re an educator whose been looking for a way to be directly involved with nonprofit work, build relationships with you local children’s museum, and focus on learning through play, becoming part of our advisory board is a great way to do it!
This year, we’re looking to fill 10 slots on our Teacher Advisory Board. If you think your experience, practice and expertise fit the bill, be sure to apply.
Kidzu Children’s Museum has a rich history of partnering with schools and educators both formally and informally since our inception in 2006.
We are looking for current or retired educators to assist our programs department with new, innovative content that inspires children to learn through play. Have ideas you’ve been wanting to share? Join our team! As incentive, Advisory Board members are eligible for Kidzu discounts and special events.
Responding to and Giving Feedback on Content
Acting as Ambassadors for the Museum and its Mission
Sharing Expertise and Practice
Helping Program Staff Anticipate Important Trends and Changes in the Field
Participating in Activities at an Annual Meeting
Free Microscope Workshop
for public school teachers
Monday, October 16th
4:15pm – 6:15pm
UNC Biology Professor, Bob Goldstein will lead teachers through a simple and Free DIY workshop at Kidzu Children’s Museum to build a high quality, low cost smartphone/iPad digital microscope. Advance registration is required. Email Deanna Patrick with your name, school system, grade and subject you teach to save your space!
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