Dr. Campbell recently received word that she has received a grant from Evonik’s Partners in Education Grants. The grant money will be issued for next school year. The grants is:
Mini-Engineering: The Science of Robotics - The teaching of robotics based on the LEGO building systems and programming software is an invaluable medium for the teaching of science and thinking skills from early years of primary school through mid and later years of secondary education to tertiary education. The building of LEGO models involves the whole spectrum of physics and associated scientific principles. The models replicate the reality of the underlying principles of science, and thus the compound issues faced by engineers to satisfy the needs of an ever increasingly complex human society. Robotics in education is truly mini-engineering. Students in this grant will be teamed in Engineering Honors students at Purdue University to build and program mini-robots.
Dr. Campbell recently received word that she has received two grants from Evonik’s Partners in Education Grants.
Dr. Campbell Wins Two More Grants!
Dr. Campbell recently received word that she has received two grants from Evonik’s Partners in Education Grants. The grant money will be issued for next school year. The grants are:
Genetics – Genes, Chromosomes and Alleles, Oh My! - Students involved in this project will be engaged in exploring Mendelian genetics through monohybrid and dihybrid crosses of corn. Further, students will learn how to determine F1 and F2 generations while learning to use Punnett squares. Students will apply their understanding of corn genetics in a more advanced exploration of human chromosome studies that involve chromosome abnormalities.
The World of Cells and Microbes - Utilizing laboratories in microbiology, middle school students will be able to better understand the microworld environments taught in middle school science. Students will be engaged in a variety of hands-on activities that address the differences between animal and plant cells, as well as cell division. Students will be engaged in microscope use and develop laboratory technique in developing their own slide sets.
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