Aims Virtual Anatomy Classroom of St. Louis University
(St. Louis, Missouri)
Discussions of the human brain, human heart, human ear, nose & throat or human eye; Human cadaver specimens used to demonstrate anatomy and physiology; and guided sheep brain, pig heart or pig eye dissection
middle & high school students
Donna Nonnenkamp, Manager Community Education Outreach and Distance Learning 314-535-4000 x240
"Agriculture touches every living person. The food we eat, the clothes we wear, the products we use, the way of life which developed the values, economy, and culture of our nation find roots in agriculture. "
K-12 content, planning and best practices, professional development "a wealth of experts such as artists, authors, city planners, scientists and more! Videoconference participants interact with individuals from diverse geographic, racial and socio-economic backgrounds."
Ball State University E3 programs offer your students an amazing and unmatched way to explore the mysteries, experience the struggles, and expand their world as we bring the nation"s treasures into your classroom
History of experimental aviation is documented from the Wright"s earliest efforts to the cutting edge space tourism. Distance Learning programs include web based HS/College level credit courses (www.aeroscholars.com), aviation interactive animations, aviation webcasts, and videoconference field trips.
Contact:Milt Hassel, Distance Learning Coordinator/Science Teacher 920-426-6115 or email@example.com
"Wherever you are in the world, experience the Reef with Reef Videoconferencing. During this underwater fact-finding mission, your classroom will be transported to the Coral Reef and predator exhibits. State-of-the-art technology brings information live via a scuba diver."
Indiana University Purdue University School of Science
Middle & High School Students
Program "Careers in Science...The emergence of technology in business and industries offers high paying jobs to individuals who wish to advance their education in science, law, business, and other technological or health related fields"
"provides field trips in the science and social studies curriculum areas. These programs allow teachers to provide fun and meaningful learning experiences without the expense, permission forms, and geographic limitations of ordinary field trips."
This digital learning & education project offers a wide selection of digital learning expeditions via live interactive video teleconference. "Each product has been designed using sound instructional principles and satisfies national education standards."
Videoconferences are available in the following NASA missions: Space Science, Earth Science, and Development of Space Transportation. Correlations to Standards can be found on the Research Center’s website.
A "series of FREE videoconferencing programs designed to extend and strengthen NASA"s commitment to educational excellence at the pre college (3-12) and university levels (13-18)." Program topics range from career choices to weather to International business etiquette!
offers twenty different one hour K-12 programs in physical science, chemistry, and health education, plus one teacher staff development program on using their VTC programs and website teaching tools/resources. Most programs target specific National Science Standards.
Contact: Richard Schuster, Ed.D. NSC Program Manager for Teacher Education 706-821-0206
Students learn about the Earth"s moon during interactive videoconference programs. The programs are appropriate for science and social studies. The museum can be found in Neil Armstrong"s hometown. "Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed" -NASA Mission ControNeil Armstrong, July 20, 1969.
"Do a little dance, have a little fun, and in the process learn all about shadows via a videoconference." Just a few programs out of many are "Hidden Kingdoms – The World of Microbes," "Revealing Illusions," and "Science Detectives."
Contact: Education department 718-699-0005 ext. 320
Presque Isle is a National Natural Landmark with diverse plants and animals that attracts many visitors. The first users of the peninsula were the Eriez Tribe, giving Lake Erie its name. Students can learn about the historical, natural and environmental issues of Presque Isle via a videoconference!
"Instructors are available on a limited basis to present programs to schools with compatible video teleconferencing equipment. VTC programs are interactive and provide an opportunity to see Garden collections without being physically on site. "
"Distance learning programs, all supported by teacher-developed curriculum, bring Smithsonian science into classrooms and homes across the country. By participating in videoconferences or Electronic Field Trips, you get to go behind the scenes of the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center where conventional visitors seldom get to go."