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National Science Foundation
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Promoting Public Understanding of Science & Engineering
NSF supports a wide variety of educational and informational projects for the general public
IMAX films and other film projects for diverse audiences
Permanent, regional and traveling exhibits and associated outreach programs
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Overview of NSF's Informal Science Education program


MUSEUMS
Skyline Exhibition at the Chicago Children's Museum

family tells the story of their building experiences in the Skyscraper Challenge

How does one design a skyscraper? In the Chicago Children's Museum exhibition, "Skyline," learn to design your own skyscraper and learn about science, engineering, art and technology.

Through the Partnership of Playful Learners (PPL), the Chicago Children's Museum created an innovative, award-winning construction exhibition, "Skyline," to promote collaborative science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning, while providing a platform that makes learning visible to all visitors. Through this project, the museum has directly reached more than 800,000 children and adults.

Visit "Skyline" at the Chicago Children's Museum, which is open daily 10 a.m. 5 p.m.

For more information on "Skyline," visit the Chicago Children's Museum website at
http://www.chicagochildrensmuseum.org/index.php/experience/skyline.

 

 

Credit: ©2010 Chicago Children's Museum