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Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Cost of programs: $120 To register go to site below: http://www.cmnh.org/site/ClassesandPrograms/SchoolPrograms/AtYourSchool/DistanceLearning.aspx or call (216) 231-8002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks in advance Rocks and Minerals: It’s Not “Hard” Science – Gr. 3-6 – Are you losing your marbles when it comes to getting sedimentary students interested in the rocks beneath their feet? Don’t sulphur alone…we’ll help you dig
Learn NCO ESC
Program costs: $125 – $180 To sign-up for a program click Register Each topic has programs for varying grade levels. Click on OACS Alignment for further definition of age ranges. Physical Science Modules Forces and Motion: Introduce your students to the forces of movement by performing experiments implementing Newton’s Laws of Motion. OACS Alignment for this
Program costs: $25 processing fee + cost of program Schools – Register here Senior Learning Network – Register here Give your students a surgeon’s-eye view of a live knee replacement procedure. Have your class view a tape of an actual autopsy narrated by a forensic pathologist. Discuss cutting edge research with professionals in science, math, engineering, and
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
Program costs range from $125 – $200 each Critters in the Cold – Students will learn about animal adaptations to extreme weather with hands-on experiments and even take a virtual trip to Antarctica. Join us as we learn how animals such as penguins live and have babies during extreme weather. Gr. K-2 Register Halloween Slime
International Wolf Center
Program costs vary from $70 – $150 http://www.wolf.org/wolves/learn/wolflink.asp and click on Register for Wolflink See live wolves in their natural habitats while experts engage you in discussion. Programs: Pup 101 Wolf Ecology Wolf 101 Wolf Tales Wolf Research Each Program: Features live wolves in their naturalized habitat Meets state and national education standards Engages students in
Camden Children’s Garden
Program costs vary from $60 to $80 per session Grades K-2 Hungry, Hungry Caterpillar: Trace the development of a butterfly from an egg to an adult. We will read and act out parts from Eric Carle’s “The Very Hungry Caterpillar.” Register Tree Homes: Some scientists claim that a tree can be home to 500 creatures.
http://www.e-missions.net/ e-Missions™ are simulated, problem-based, learning adventures delivered right into the classroom via distance learning technology.
National Space Centre
There are no costs for programs To register go to: http://education.spacecentre.co.uk/virtual-classroom/1-hour-video-conferences Stellar Evolution- How are stars born? What happens to them when they die? In this interactive videoconference you will be able to find out how stars come into being, how they live their lives and finally what happens to them once they reach the
Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum
There is no cost associated with these programs To register go to: http://www.nasm.si.edu/education/classroom_videoconf.cfm Kites, Wings and Flying Things – Grades 3-5 -This 30-minute program, featuring Museum educator Elizabeth Wilson, explores some of the ideas and concepts the Wright brothers used to create their 1903 Flyer. Students actively participate in comparing the materials and control systems of kites
NASA Digital Learning Network
NASA offers free videoconferencing from all of their sites across the country. You must complete their registration form in order to participate and view their directory of events. You can bring scientists to your group (must have a minimum of 15). There are two videos that are important to view before you begin. http://www.nasa.gov/offices/education/programs/national/dln/home/about.html