Explore the foundational concepts of biodiversity with a two-hour virtual Aramco iExplore Biodiversity workshop. Registration is open to any educator from any location. All participants will receive two hours of CTE credit and free access to digital classroom materials developed by HMNS. Click here to register.
Aramco iExplore Biodiversity is a program that utilizes Museum resources, including the Cockrell Butterfly Center, the Brown Hall of Entomology, the Frensley/Graham Hall of African Wildlife, the Farish Hall of Texas Wildlife, the Hamman Hall of Texas Coastal Ecology and the Morian Hall of Paleontology, to educate fifth grade students about biodiversity and related TEKS objectives.
The student experience includes:
- A Docented tour of the Cockrell Butterfly Center and the Brown Hall of Entomology
- A Rainforest Wildlife live-animal presentation
- A self-guided tour of the Frensley/Graham Hall of African Wildlife, the Farish Hall of Texas Wildlife, the Hamman Hall of Texas Coastal Ecology and the Morian Hall of Paleontology
The iExplore Biodiversity educational guide is available in PDF form here.
This program is for 5th grade students of Galena Park ISD only. If you are not from Galena Park ISD and would like to book this program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to sign-up for the Educator Workshop for iExplore Biodiversity program? Click here.
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