Category Archives: Education

The Educator Event @HMNS January 21


The Houston Museum of Natural Science presents The Educator Event at the museum on Saturday, January 21 from 8 am to 1 pm. This conference-style event gives educators a unique chance to learn about the educational opportunities provided by museums, educational nonprofits, and local organizations in and around Houston. Attendees will earn three hours of CPE credit by attending a variety of exciting hands-on workshops. Registration is free for all educators. Sign up today.

Universe in the Classroom Electronic Newsletter

uitc93-1The Universe in the Classroom is an electronic educational newsletter for teachers and other educators around the world who want to help students of all ages learn more about the wonders of the universe. The Fall 2016 issue is available online now. The feature article is “Getting Ready for the All American Eclipse! An NGSS Storyline Approach to Classroom Instruction.”

Traveling Exhibits for Libraries


Did you know that we have traveling exhibits for libraries to borrow? The exhibits are banners that use colorful images and text to share current lunar and asteroid science and exploration stories. The displays can be used to excite and engage patrons in further exploration through library resources and programs. Find out online about the current exhibits that are available, loan guidelines, and how to request an exhibit.

SkyFest in October: International Observe the Moon Night


The Lunar and Planetary Institute, with assistance from the JSC Astronomical Society, presents SkyFest on Saturday, October 8, from 7 – 9 pm at the LPI. It’s International Observe the Moon Night! This free event is open to explorers of all ages and includes hands-on activities as well as viewing through telescopes (weather permitting). Join us!