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Kelleys Island School Field Station
The Kelleys Island Schools Field Station provides STEM and wildlife-based conservation and environmental education that fosters responsible actions toward wildlife and related natural resources. All curriculum materials are backed by sound educational practices and theory, and represent the work of many professionals within the fields of education and natural resource management from across the country.
This year our theme is “What Makes Someone a Scientist?” The focus of the year is created around asking scientific questions, making observations and conclusions. We started by learning about the history of science and building Science Journals that we are using throughout the school year. The kids will gain real life and hands-on knowledge about the importance of true science versus pseudoscience, they will use a variety of science tools, collect real data, and much more. We cannot wait to share our observations and experiences with everyone at the end of the year!
Stem Workshop at KI School
The Kelleys Island School Field Station hosted their first STEM science workshop of the school year. We kicked off the year learning about the History of Science and Science Journals. The students created personal Science Journals, explained what they are looking forward to, and what their journal covers represent. Over the school year they will add to their journals through hands-on and up-close science exploration and adventures.