GT Workshop

HMNS Gifted and Talented Workshop

Commonly referred to as "Stan", this tyrannosaurs rex fossil is famous for being one of the most complete specimens ever recovered.
Enhance your classroom strategy with ready-to-implement activities and techniques. With dynamic presenters, engaging sessions, and the world of HMNS to explore, this is a workshop like no other. Receive six hours of Gifted and Talented credit or a 6-hour update credit.

Title: Curating Curiosity

Description: Curiosity is key for learning retention and success. Discover the secret to creating curiosity in the classroom by exploring innovative ideas for differentiating your curriculum using the Museum as a catalyst for creativity. We will use the King Tut’s Tomb: Discovery Experience and other areas of the Museum as a platform to “curate” innovative ideas for using high-interest topics to drive student engagement.

Educators will start their day in the Wortham Giant Screen Theatre with a special viewing of Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs and will view King Tut’s Tomb Discovery Experience during this workshop.

Educators will receive six hours of Gifted and Talented credit in the area of differentiation or a 6-hour update credit upon completion.

Dates: June 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 27, 28, 29

July 11, 12, 13, 18, 20

Price: $55 Members $65 Non-Members

Registration Begins: January 9, 2023

No refunds, exchanges, or changes in date once payment has been made.

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Gifted and Talented Workshops at HMNS are generously supported by the PPG Foundation.
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