Upcoming Programs

Evening for Educators Tuesday, February 7, 2017 4-8 p.m.

Join us for an evening of networking, planning, and fun and enjoy complimentary dinner and a drink ticket for beer or wine. Meet Science Center staff and participate in brief professional development sessions including: • How to book a Science Center field trip • Applying for field trip grants and funding • Building support from school administration for your field trip – curriculum, learning goals and outcomes • Making the most out of your field trip – before, during and after • What’s new at the Science Center Evening for Educators includes time to explore the museum. Three hours of CPE credit are available upon conclusion of the event. Attend this event and receive a 10 percent discount on a future field trip. Registration is now open online or by calling 216-621-2400.

Science + Mathematics Think-In
March 9, 2017
9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Professional Learning Day for PreK-12 Educators at Idea Center at Playhouse Square. Click here to download the flyer!


Free General Admission for Ohio Teachers

We encourage teachers to use Great Lakes Science Center as a teaching resource so we offer FREE general admission to Ohio teachers every day! Just bring your school ID and enjoy free admission to our signature hands-on exhibits, NASA Glenn Visitor Center and Steamship William G. Mather. Come and preview Great Lakes Science Center before your next field trip. Call 216-694-2000 or visit the Box Office for more information.


Discounted Family Memberships

Ohio-licensed educators receive a special rate when joining at any level of family membership. Members enjoy a full year of free, unlimited general admission to the Science Center, NASA Glenn Visitor Center and the Mather Steamship plus free general admission to more than 360 science centers worldwide. Call 216-696-4576 or visit the Box Office for more information.


Professional Development for Teachers

The Center for Innovation in STEM Education (CISE) o‘ers custom hands-on workshops and facilitated planning for schools interested in Project Based Learning (PBL), from the theoretical underpinnings of PBL curriculum to assessment strategies. CISE is a collaboration among Cleveland State University, the Teaching Institute for Excellence in STEM (TIES), Great Lakes Science Center and the Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s MC2STEM High School. For information and pricing, contact Melissa Myerson with TIES at melissamyerson@tiesteach.org or 440-731-6609.

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