Grants for Instruction

Micro Dome: A Portal to Viewing the Universe

Amount: $900 | Year: 2017 | School:

Imagine bringing the Hayden Planetarium into a classroom…. Well, this presentation does just that! This technology-based presentation integrates scientific content with science and math practices, cross-cutting concepts and engineering principles so students can see the interrelated nature of the 4 STEM subjects while investigating the solar system.

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Biomedical Engineering at the Liberty Science Center

Amount: $1,934 | Year: 2017 | School:

From a theatre at LSC, students gaze through a video conference “window” into the operating room and converse with doctors from the first incision to the last suture. During this time, LSC facilitators move among students in the theatre-shaping conversation, structuring questions and passing around models of human organs under discussion.

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Transporting Students via Green Screen Technology

Amount: $1,253.08 | Year: 2016 | School: ,

This grant will provide an opportunity for students to use green screen technology to transport themselves to places that would not be otherwise possible. They will be able to superimpose themselves in a far away land, shrink themselves to explore the human body, or explore careers inside authentic locations.

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