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CSU summer experiences for kindergarten through high school students include credit-bearing, academic, and sport programs. Teachers may explore sustainable teaching and the benefits of movement in the classroom. These programs are offered by many CSU departments and organizations hosting events on the Fort Collins campus. Summer programs for kindergarten through pre-college students and P-12 teachers...

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Jul
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Students ages 14 -17, or rising 10 – 12th graders, will work on design activities chosen to simulate real-world, entrepreneurial, engineering problems. Students will be tasked with identifying a problem to solve and then will design, build, test, iterate, and demonstrate a solution (likely including an Arduino-controlled robot). Students will also tour and utilize CSU’s...

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  Are you an educator who wants your students to explore all things engineering? If so, plan a school trip to the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering at Colorado State University. There are several options to choose from, and you can book everything via this ONLINE FORM Group Visit Activities: Student Interaction  Current Student...

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Developing Individuals, Growing Stewards (DIGS) is a curriculum developed by Colorado State University’s 4-H STEM AmeriCorps program and faculty in CSU’s Agricultural Education Program. Designed for 3rd-5th graders, the curriculum covers a wide range of topics across eight units with a total of twenty-four lessons. Each lesson contains Colorado Academic Standards, 4-H life skills, background...

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Girls Advancing Scientific Progress (GASP!) is the Environmental Learning Center at CSU’s award-winning girls-only science after-school program. It provides girls the opportunity to explore science in a hands-on setting and learn from female role models. In 2012, GASP! was awarded the Best New Program Award for Excellence in Environmental Education by the Colorado Alliance for...

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The Environmental Learning Center at CSU offers after-school programs for schools in the Poudre School District. Formats can vary to meet the needs of your school and families, though a typical format is to meet weekly for six weeks. These programs focus on learning through hands-on indoor and outdoor environmental education experiences. Program Details: Each...

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The Environmental Learning Center at CSU offers after-school programs for schools in the Poudre School District. Formats can vary to meet the needs of your school and families, though a typical format is to meet weekly for six weeks. These programs focus on learning through hands-on indoor and outdoor environmental education experiences. Program Details: Each...

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The Environmental Learning Center at CSU offers after-school programs for schools in the Poudre School District. Formats can vary to meet the needs of your school and families, though a typical format is to meet weekly for six weeks. These programs focus on learning through hands-on indoor and outdoor environmental education experiences. Program Details: Each...

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The Environmental Learning Center at CSU offers after-school programs for schools in the Poudre School District. Formats can vary to meet the needs of your school and families, though a typical format is to meet weekly for six weeks. These programs focus on learning through hands-on indoor and outdoor environmental education experiences. Program Details: Each...

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The Environmental Learning Center at CSU offers after-school programs for schools in the Poudre School District. Formats can vary to meet the needs of your school and families, though a typical format is to meet weekly for six weeks. These programs focus on learning through hands-on indoor and outdoor environmental education experiences. Program Details: Each...

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A google classroom course has been developed for high school students. The Google Classroom course name: CSU Sketch-Up. The students can log into the self-paced course and engage with structured video tutorials to build a one-story house. The google classroom includes several modules. All topics covered include: Welcome / Overview Module 00 – Interface Module...

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The CSU Bug Zoo strives to bring a deeper appreciation for arthropods through hands-on learning opportunities with live insects, enthusiastic volunteers, and continuing involvement in the Fort Collins community. It is home to over 30 different species of arachnids, insects, and other arthropods. We are open to the public for tours, and would love to...

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The Little Shop of Physics is a traveling hands-on science education outreach program at Colorado State University that presents school programs and teacher workshops in Colorado, neighboring states, and around the world. The Little Shop team makes science accessible to all students by building experiment stations from everyday objects that actively engage students in learning...

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We provide formal and informal educational opportunities regarding satellite remote sensing, severe weather, and atmospheric science topics for K-12, undergraduate, teacher, and citizen scientist audiences while providing media and PR pieces related to CIRA and NOAA/NASA research. Our programs are tailored by audience (e.g., direct work with students, PD for teachers, lectures and tours for...

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Muscles Alive! is a neuroscience educational outreach program.  It is an extension of research topics and techniques used in the Neuromuscular Function Lab at Colorado State University. The program uses hands-on, kid-friendly equipment to perform experiential demonstrations to teach 4th-12th graders about how their brain communicates with their muscles and how their muscles communicate with...

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The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow network (https://www.cocorahs.org/) is a citizen-science project where volunteers from all 50 states (and Canada) use low-cost equipment to measure and map precipitation from their backyard, workplace or school. Data are used by researchers, scientists and meteorologists all over the world.

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CitSci.org is an open and transparent citizen science data management platform that advances the utility, impacts, and outcomes of field-based citizen science programs globally. This platform now supports more than 600 projects ranging from those that monitor water quality to wildlife to biodiversity. CitSci.org is unique among field-based platforms in that it is fully customizable...

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