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Staying Connected with JMM: Educator Newsletter
Thank you for being a part of the JMM community. We hope you and your students are safe and well during this challenging time. While the JMM is currently closed, we are committed to ensuring that our educational resources are available for you.
We admire your tenacity as you continue to teach students at home and assemble learning packets that align with the curriculum and course study. Our educator’s guides include activities and resources that can be adapted for learning at home.
We admire how many of you are using technology to keep students engaged. We would be happy to have an Educator virtually visit your classroom. Contact our School Program Coordinator, Paige, at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Our team has been busy creating activities and resources in connection to our upcoming exhibition, Jews and Space: Members of the Tribe in Orbit. Explore our wondernauts.org website filled with informal learning activities – connecting to space, history, visual art, technology, and English language arts.
We are here to help you, as you develop unique ways to connect with your students. Just reach out anytime.
Ways to Engage
Featured Educator’s Guides:
Scrap Yard: Innovators of Recycling
Middle School Educator’s Guide with Public School Curricular Connections
Middle School Educator Guide with Jewish Curricular Connections
Elementary School Educator’s Guide with Public School Curricular Connections
Elementary School Educator’s Guide with Jewish School Curricular Connections
Wondernauts 2020: The Wonders of Space!
Dive into activities about everything from ancient star patterns to famous firsts in space science, to the imagining a distant future and observing our own skies! Face challenges and tasks that will ask you to think creatively. As you complete these challenges, you’ll earn badges to mark your success.
Jews in Space:
Members of the Tribe in Orbit
Coming this Fall
This exhibit explores the lives of people who have studied, imagined, and even traveled to the cosmos with an emphasis on the contributions of the Jewish community to
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