The Center for Excellence in STEM Education is pleased to provide another offer On-Location Programming in addition to our
On-Campus Field Trips. This means a makerspace experience that comes to YOU! If you are looking for a way to integrate hands-on activities, integrate skills across subject areas, and expose students to new technology, consider an On-Location Program for the 2019-2020 school year. All programs are designed with a focus on process over product. Students will have exposure to new experiences, concepts, and materials. When students are building, a focus is placed on building drafts and prototypes.
Before On-Location Program:
Confirm with Center staff member your school's policy that for students to participate in programs held on school grounds.
Otherwise, collect completed
Consent Forms for all students.
MAY NOT participate in CMU-sponsored programs without the liability portion completed.
Inform CMU Staff of any specific concerns (allergies, physical accommodations, etc.) that may impact the way a child participates in the programming.
Secure room(s) for programming, provide facilitator with a map of the building and emergency plans.
During On-Location Program:
Manage all student behaviors.
Secure adequate staffing to assist with student needs.
Supervise students needing to leave the room (i.e. restroom, drinks, etc.).
Participate with students as comfortable.
Schedule Your School Visit:
Teachers may register for school visits for an entire grade span, with one teacher submitting the request as the point of contact. However, please confer with colleagues BEFORE requesting your school visit dates.
Please review the calendar below for available or unavailable dates before submitting your field trip request.
You will have access to the calendar again once you begin completing your Field Trip or School Visit Request Form.
The work of the Center for Excellence in STEM Education is generously supported in part by the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation.