Allston-Brighton students in grades 3-5 are invited to soar with us on this virtual field trip all about BIRDS! We will be identifying bird calls, learning about hummingbirds, watching birds on live cams, and taking some fun quizzes.... Read more about Come Hum with the Birds!
In these unstable times, many people are worried about how to best manage personal finance with challenges such as lost income. Join Migdalia Gomez and Sarah Scruggs from the Harvard University Employees Credit Union for a two-part workshop series... Read more about Personal Finance During the Pandemic
Allston-Brighton students in grades 3-5 are invited to create art based on what they hear! We will be looking at works at the Museum of Modern Art that were inspired by music, and then creating our own pieces based on different styles of music!... Read more about Art and Music!
According to The Muse, we spend a lot of time in meetings: middle managers spend about 35% of their time in meetings, and upper management can spend up to 50%. Time is money, so meetings should be well planned. In part 1 of this 3-part series,... Read more about Preparing to Manage an Online Meeting
Allston-Brighton Students in grades 6-8 are invited to join this virtual field trip to the symphony! Students can expect to learn about the different families of instruments and the features of different symphony halls all around the world that make them suited for good acoustics.... Read more about Music to My Ears: A Trip to the Symphony
Repeats every week every Wednesday until Wed May 13 2020 .
3:00pm to 4:00pm
3:00pm to 4:00pm
Online via Zoom
Allston-Brighton students in grades 3-5 are invited to join an expedition into the history and beauty of America's national parks! We will learn about how the parks came to be, why they are important, and how they continue to inspire.... Read more about National Parks Adventure!
On May 5, Allston-Brighton students in grades 6-8 are invited to learn about the water cycle and hurricanes! We will be exploring simulations, maps, and games to help us understand the weather that we observe around us.... Read more about Hurricane Investigators
When you can’t be seen face-to face, it is important to be heard. Jill Slye, instructor at the Harvard University Extension School, will discuss how you can appropriately use your voice and be a contributing meeting participant.... Read more about Using Your Voice in an Online Meeting
Allston-Brighton students in grades 3–5 will learn to appreciate just how extreme off-Earth environments are and how special our home planet is by comparing Earth’s geographical features to their counterparts on other celestial bodies!... Read more about Interstellar: A Space Expedition
Are you interested in hosting Zoom meetings? Join the Harvard Ed Portal in an Intermediate Zoom workshop that will cover tips for effectively organizing and leading Zoom meetings.... Read more about Intermediate Zoom Workshop
Allston-Brighton students in grades 3–5 are invited to join a virtual field trip to explore various styles of modern art! Students will be traveling through the The Museum of Modern Art collection while... Read more about Modern Art Creations
When you join a virtual call, the first thing other participants look at is your home or office; checking out your décor, furniture and housecleaning. Then they look at you, and lastly, they listen to you. Jill Slye, instructor at the Harvard University Extension School, will help you determine what first impression you want to make and... Read more about Introduction to Your Online Presence