2009-10

Content Provider: AT&T Park, Home of the San Francisco Giants

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Type of Organization
Other
Providing Distance Learning Programs Since
2009
Contact Information
Linda Vessa
educationaltours@attpark.com
24 Willie Mays Plaza

San Francisco, CA 94107
United States
(415) 972-1850
About the Content Provider
The San Francisco Giants are a Major League Baseball Team with a long and storied history. Their home, AT&T Park, has been called “baseball’s perfect address”. Since opening in 2000 the ballpark has become known as a landmark in a city of landmarks. It offers a unique and virtually unlimited array of creative options for education.
Program Delivery Mode
Videoconference - H.323 (Polycom, Cisco/Tandberg, LifeSize, etc...),, Videoconference – Webcam/desktop (Zoom, Skype, iChat, FieldTripZoom, Vidyo, Movi/Jabber, Blue Jeans, etc...)

Programs are available
By Request and By Date and Time
Primary Disciplines addressed through programs
Community Interests, Social Studies/History, Health/Physical Education, Career Education, Economics/Business, Language Arts/English, Mathematics, Character Education, Technology/Information Science, Literacy, Gifted & Talented, Leadership, Collaboration,
Here's what others are saying about our programs
"I think this is an excellent program that will be well received by many teachers!" Heather Haak, Visalia, CA Rawhide Ballclub

"Great job. This was a good adventure for our kids...Thank you for opening their world a little wider." Tom Lundy, Oxford Middle School

"I believe that students were impacted greatly from the program. They now know how they can relate triangles to the real world. Baseball is something many of them enjoy. Being able to relate geometry to baseball was GREAT!"
Kelsey Levy, David Crockett Middle School

"It was awesome! I thought my kids were extremely engaged and responsive to the presenter. Thank you for all your help!"
Juan Padilla, Martin Luther King Elementary Jr School

"I would recommend this program because of the reaction & attention my student's showed during the presentation. They were focused, listening, & most of all participating within their groups and with the presenter." Kathy Jones, John Muir Middle School
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