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Classroom Visits

classroom_0The CCMR Educational Programs Office (EPO) regularly visits classrooms to present hands-on science modules and/or give science talks. Presentations are given by Cornell faculty, post docs, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff to all grade levels.

Lesson plans for many of the modules we use can be found in our lending library of experiments. If you don’t find the right activity for your classroom, let us know. We might be able to suggest an appropriate one or even develop a new module to help meet your needs. Every effort is made to align the hands-on modules with Next Generation Science Standards.

Previous visits have included:

  • Ithaca Montessori School in Ithaca, NY.
  • Dryden Elementary School in Dryden, NY.
  • St. Mary’s Elementary in Cortland, NY.
  • Lansing Middle School in Lansing, NY.
  • New Visions Charter School for the Humanities in the Bronx, NY
  • Promise Academy I Middle School in Harlem, NY
  • Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science in Washington, D.C.
  • Boynton Middle School in Ithaca, NY.
  • Nottingham High School in Syracuse, NY.
  • John Marshall High School in Rochester, NY.
  • Homeschoolers at the Sciencenter in Ithaca, NY

All presentations are free of charge and available to not only classroom teachers, but afterschool and community groups as well. If you would like to request a visit to your classroom or afterschool program, please contact the outreach office at (607) 255-1486 or email us at ccmr_outreach@cornell.edu.

Due to the Coronavirus, we have suspended classroom visits for the 2020-2021 academic year.

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