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Professional Learning for Educators List

NISE Net has many resources designed specifically for informal educators. These include training materials for our educational products, tools and guides related to engaging public audiences in learning about current science, and information about developing and strengthening collaborations.

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Museum & Community Partnerships: Collaboration Guide and additional resources

Professional development guide for educators, researchers, and network leaders from the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network
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NISE Network General Overview Power Point Presentation Slides

Presentation slides providing an overview of the NISE Network and projects.
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NISE Network Fact Sheets and Brochure for Partners

Fact Sheets and brochures describing the NISE Network and summarizing opportunities.
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Sharing Science Workshop & Practicum Planning & Implementation Guide

Professional development guide for scientists from the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network.
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Museum Presentation: How TO and How NOT TO Interact with Visitors Video Guide

Professional development resources for educators from the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network.
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Professional Resources for Sustainability

Tools to help museum professionals plan and implement sustainability projects and programs.
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Nanotechnology and Society Guide

This professional development guide serves as a short introduction to how museum professionals can engage visitors in conversations about nanotechnology and society and help make our science centers a place where the future of nanotechnology is not just imagined, but shaped.
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Public Forums Manual

Training guide for planning and holding public forum events.
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Explore Science - Zoom into Nano Planning & Promotional Materials

Professional development guide for educators on planning and promoting your Explore Science - Zoom into Nano event.
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Frankenstein200 Overview Slides, Notes, and Outline Printout

Professional development orientation slides to prepare staff and volunteers to facilitate Frankenstein200 activities.