Down to Earth Science is a collaborative project that brings together Arizona State University scientists, engineers, graduate students to enrich learning experiences for the K-12 community. The main goals of this project are to improve communication and teaching-related skills for graduate fellows, strengthen partnerships between ASU and the K-12 community, and provide new opportunities for K-12 students and teachers to work with practicing scientists and engineers.

Experimentation and exploration - way scientists create new knowledge will be the cornerstone for learning and teaching at ASU's Down to Earth GK-12 program...Read more here..


Spring GK-12 Poster

Poster placed on display at the 2010 NSF/GK-12 Conference in Washington DC (March 27-28, 2010) Click the poster to see a full size display.

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