Professor Gregg Humphrey’s course, EDST 0305: Teaching Elementary Literacy and Social Studies, will be hosting an activity fair on the theme of Around the World for children in grades K-6 on Tuesday, November 15, from 3-4:15 p.m. in Twilight Hall. If you have children who would be interested in attending please contact Trish Dougherty, firstname.lastname@example.org with names and ages to reserve a spot. Space is limited to 20; please RSVP by Friday, November 11.
The Education Studies Program in conjunction with the ACE/Sloan Faculty Career Flexibility program is pleased to announce the pilot semester of Alexander Twilight Hall After School Workshops. Ariele Faber ‘12 and Leslie Crapster-Pregont ‘12 invite the children of faculty and staff, ages 8-14, to join them on a small journey around the world exploring food and culture.
Around the World: An Exploration of Food and Culture
The world is a vast place full of unique cultures and traditions. The objective of our workshop series is to take a small journey into these cultures. Every week we will be exploring a new country, highlighting an important aspect of their culture through arts/crafts, games, stories, or language learning. We will then learn about traditional foods and recipes of each place. Our goal is to enhance each child’s awareness of the world around them by offering a “taste” of what people of all places have to share.
The workshops will take place in Twilight Hall on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Workshops will begin October 10 and wrap up November 21. The cost of the series is $72 per child. Space is limited to 12 children. Please contact Trish Dougherty (email@example.com) by October 3 to reserve your space. If you have questions please visit our website first (go/afterschool) to see if the answer has been posted.
K-6th elementary students are invited to sample age appropriate science investigations designed and facilitated by the students in EDST0315, Teaching Elementary Mathematics and Science (Instructor, Gregg Humphrey).
The dates are Tuesday, April 26, and Thursday, April 28, from 3:15 pm– 4:15 pm in McCardell Bicentennial Hall Room 405.
Your child is welcome to attend either of these days, but only one. Please call (443-5013) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Trish Dougherty to register. You are welcome to attend with your child.