2008-09
2009-10
2012-13 Honorable Mention

Content Provider: Kentucky Science Center

Type of Organization
Science Center/Zoo
Providing Distance Learning Programs Since
1998
Contact Information
Rachel Beck
Rachel.beck@louisvilleky.gov
727 W Main Street

Louisville, KY 40202
United States
80059122036131
About the Content Provider
The Kentucky Science Center encourages people of all ages to enjoy science, mathematics, and technology in a stimulating and engaging environment. Our distance learning programs are connected to the National Standards. We offer distance learning, guided visits, live labs, demonstrations and much more. Content is available for Grades 3 - 12.
Program Delivery Mode
Videoconference - H.323 (Polycom, Cisco/Tandberg, LifeSize, etc...)

Programs are available
By Request
Primary Disciplines addressed through programs
Health/Physical Education, Sciences,
Here's what others are saying about our programs
"This program [Force is Right] was helpful because I will be entering the International Bridge Building Contest and all of the information I learned will be applied to the bridges I build." - 10th Grade Student - Walter Peyton Prep College - Chicago, IL

Of Force is Right: "At first I didn't understand the first rule [Newton's Laws] but then he [the presenter] explained it to me and now I know what it means." - 7th Grade Student - Shepherd Middle School, Somerset, KY

"The most important thing I learned [from Transmission Tracker] is how diseases like AIDS and other things spread." 6th Grade Student - Bair Middle School - Ft. Lauderdale FL

"It [Wave Watch] creates fantastic interest of the subject. The students really enjoyed it. It is an excellent incorporation of technology." - 3rd Grade Teacher - Hopkins Elementary School, Somerset, KY

"It [Wave Watch] fits nicely with our bat unit - echolocation and encourages scientific inquiry." 2nd Grade Teacher - Akron Elementary School, Akron, NY

"[Work it Out] reinforces our curriculum. The hands on activities and student involvement also support the goals we have set here at Driscoll." -6th Grade Teacher - Driscoll Middle School, Corpus Christi, TX

"It [Living and Working in Space] helped teach the kids what it takes to become and astronaut." 8th Grade Teacher - Stone Middle School, Centreville, VA

Of Chemistry Roots: - " I learned a lot about how to test and know [the differences between] soft water from hard water." - 7th Grade Student - Russell Springs, KY

Of Force is Right: - "I learned that it is very important to have triangles in structures. They help to support weight." - 10th Grade Student - Walter Peyton Prep College - Chicago, IL
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