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Programs: Science

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Distance Learning Program Opportunities

(Science)

 

Click on the links provided to view programs available by many different providers. If you have questions, please contact: audramay@usd358.com. To register for a program, please fill out the online registration form: SCKDLN Registration Form.

 

Alaska SeaLife Center

The Alaska SeaLife Center is a world class marine science facility that combines a research mission with an animal rescue and rehabilitation program and public education. The center incorporates exhibits that immerse the visitor in the marine ecosystem of Alaska and provide opportunities to view animals in naturalistic habitats and research settings. They have several programs to choose from and vary in price. To view a list of programs, follow the provided link below.

Alaska SeaLife List of Programs

 

Aquarium of the Pacific

Check out this new content provider! Each program is $125.00 for a 50 minute connection. Programs are by request and available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. They have a program for any grade level! Click below to view their a list of their programs.

Aquarium of the Pacific Programs

 

East Central Ohio Educational Service Center

The ECOESC offers a variety of programs for K-12 classrooms. They also provide pre-and post conference activities that supplement the programs. Each program is $75.00 (SCKDLN members $67.50). Click below to search programs.

ECOESC List of Programs 

 

Intrepid (Sea, Air & Space Museum)

Experienced Museum educators adapt rich science and history programs offered on ship to exciting distance learning experiences which bring the Intrepid Museum and it's unique collection to those who cannot visit. Through examining historical documents, artifacts or aircraft from the Museum's extensive collections, students learn about USS Intrepid's cruises, day to day life aboard the ship, or laws of flight. Each program is $150.00 and available by request.

Intrepid List of Programs

 

LADDERS: Learning and Developing Distance Education Resources for Science

LADDERS, a joint venture between the Michigan State University Museum and the Cranbrook Institute of Science, provides expert science-content and inquiry-based learning experiences for Middle School teachers and students. Most programs are $50.00 and available by request.

LADDERS List of Programs

 

Lee Richardson Zoo

Located in Garden City Kansas, the zoo offers a variety of topics for Distance Learning programs for students of all ages. Each program is $100.00 and available by request. Click below to see a full list of the zoo's programs. (Not available during most summer months.)

Lee Richardson Zoo Program List

 

Life Science Education Center at Marian University

The Marian University EcoLab is committed to education about the environment through interaction with the environment. The EcoLab hosts outstanding science programs for all ages and a comprehensive array of environmental resources for PreK-12 students and teachers. Programs are $115.00 and available by request. Click below to see a full list of programs available to your school.

Marian EcoLab Program List 

 

NASA Digital Learning Network

NASA DLN is made up of the different NASA Centers across the US. All NASA programs are free of charge and available by request (you pick the date/time). Also, search for a program using their search engine!

NASA Catalog of Programs

 

New York Hall of Science

The New York Hall of Science is New York City's hands-on science and technology center. The Hall features more than 400 hands-on exhibits. Visit us and explore the wonder and excitement of biology, chemistry, physics and more.

NY Hall of Science Program List

 

SeaTrek: Mote Marine Laboratories

Mote Marine Laboratory is an international center for the study of marine and environmental sciences. It's also home to the world's largest shark lab, the Jane and David Allen Manatee Exhibit, the Roy and Susan Palmer Sea Turtle Exhibit and much more. Public outreach is accomplished through the Mote Aquarium, an educational museum providing marine programs for all levels. Programs are available by request and range in price depending on program. See the full list of programs below.

Mote Marine Programs 

 

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

The Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum maintains the largest collection of historic air and spacecraft in the world. It is also a vital center for research into the history, science, and technology of aviation and space flight, as well as planetary science and terrestrial geology and geophysics.

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

 

Tennessee Aquarium

Distance learning programs with the Tennessee Aquarium are a great way to bring technology, science and live animals to your classroom.  Most of our programs feature live animals presented by an Aquarium educator who will share information about the animals' characteristics, behavior, habitat and diet as they interact with your students. Programs are 45 minutes long with the last five minutes set aside for additional questions and answers. Each program is $100.00. For a list of the programs, click below.

Tennessee Aquarium Program List

 

WSU Fairmount Center for Science & Mathematics

The Fairmount Center has several programs available free of charge for K-12 schools.

WSU Program List

 

 

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