Event Phone: 949-645-8489 ext. 103
- September 7, 2017
12:00 am - 3:00 am
The Teachers Night Out series brings all kinds of educators together for fun afternoons of learning exciting hands-on ways to teach children about science and nature. Everyone is invited! Classroom teachers, outdoor educators, scout leaders, homeschool parents – anyone who wants to be a better educator.
Join us for this evening, targeted toward 3rd – 6th grade teachers, as we walk through the Center, after hours, to discover some fun ways to teach about gross creepy crawlies! Dr. Leonard Vincent, an entomologist and arachnid expert at Fullerton College, will lead us on a search for spiders in the Center, then ENC staff will make some science curricula connections to bugs, dirt, & poop that you can take back to the classroom and share with your students. October 31st is just around the corner – this workshop will help you make fun science connections to the spook and gore of Halloween!
Afterwards we’ll enjoy a light meal together and share some wine by the campfire before breaking out the marshmallows and skewers to make some s’mores!