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I am Christina Moscat, formerly "Gonzalez", and I currently work as an Education Associate for the Traveling Programs department at the Museum of Science in Boston. My primary function is to serve the community as an outreach educator, in which I visit schools all across Massachusetts and New England to deliver quality science programming. Some of the various programs that I teach include "Dig Into Dinos," "Electromagnetism," "Starlab Portable Planetarium," "Observing Electricity and Magnets," "Animal Habitats," "Reptiles!," and "Super Cold Science." When I am not teaching school or public programs to students ranging from Kindergarten to 8th grade, I spend my time contributing to the creation and implementation of new science demonstrations and programs. As a senior educator of our department, I also serve as a mentor to new staff and project leader on the development of future offerings.
I received degrees from Tufts University in Medford, MA for both my undergraduate and graduate courses of study. In May of 2007 I obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree for double majoring in Anthropology and Spanish. In May of 2009 I achieved a Master of Arts degree in Museum Education. After 6 extremely rewarding years of study, my knowledge and appreciation for education, the cultural world, and museums grew exponentially. At the same time, I was able to put these skills and lessons into practice as first a volunteer, and then an intern, at the Boston Museum of Science. It was in this institution that I realized my passion for informal education, and was given the opportunity to take my first steps into the museum world.
Since then, I have continued to work in and learn about multiple areas of museum studies, including volunteer docent programs, exhibit interpretation, exhibit development, program development, outreach education, evaluation, and even animal training! I am enjoying every minute of the diverse, exciting, and ever-changing world of museums.
School and public programs, Outreach education, Volunteer management, Youth Mentoring, Exhibition Development and Interpretation.
Child Development, Cognitive Studies, and Diversity in Museums.
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