Oregon State University

Suitcase Oceanography

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Description: 
These are available on an as-requested basis and are free to elementary school teachers. Suitcase Lessons are portable modules for K-6 students based on the FOSS science curriculum. They are designed with complete materials and instructions so any member of the OSU Oceanography faculty, graduate student, or a scientist working at an oceanography institute can to a classroom and successfully present the lessons. These kits can be checked out from COAS. Outreach opportunities include developing more lessons or creating suitcase lessons of your own.
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
K
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
1
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
2
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
3
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
4
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
5
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
6
Season/term: 
Fall
Season/term: 
Spring
Season/term: 
Winter
Is this program TAG specific?: 
No
Residential (overnight) program?: 
No
Parent/Family participation options?: 
No
Does the program qualify for Provost-sponsored staff background checks?: 
Yes
Does this program offer K-12 teacher professional development?: 
Yes
Contact Name: 
Marta Torres
Contact Phone: 
541-737-2902
Contact Email: 
mtorres@coas.oregonstate.edu
Cost of program: 
Free
Scholarships available: 
No
College credit possible: 
No
On OSU Corvallis campus?: 
Off

Contact Info

Precollege Programs
239 Covell Hall
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
phone: 541-737-9424
Email: precollege@oregonstate.edu
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