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Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum Survey

Sunday, October 10, 2021 6:14 PM | Lori Henrickson (Administrator)

The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum (The Discovery) is embarking on plans for statewide outreach in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.  Our aim is to help provide engaging STEM education, aligned with state science standards, to students in schools and communities across Nevada. 

 

It is important that we decide which programs we bring, and where to provide them to reach the audience who most needs or wants them, based on feedback from as many teacher, para-educators, principals, and other educator professionals as possible.  What aspects of STEM might you appreciate from outside providers?  What types of outreach programs would be most convenient for your school or most effective in the context of your curriculum?  We hope you’ll take a quick 20 minutes to provide us with your feedback by filling out the attached survey. 

 

As a thank-you for your valuable time, survey respondents will be entered into a drawing for one of three $100 Amazon gift cards.  Please complete the survey before November 15 so that your feedback can be included in our planning efforts!  To amplify your assistance to The Discovery’s outreach efforts, it would be most helpful if you’d also share this survey with other teachers (including those not in the sciences!) at your school or in your network.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NDM_Educator_Survey

 

Thank you for helping us help our schools through STEM education,

 

Regards,

The Discovery

 


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