During a visit to the SciTech Student Learning Lab, students are challenged to develop hypotheses and delve into the world of scientific experimentation.
With seven different activities to choose from, educators are able to complement and enhance scientific concepts that are already being taught in the classroom. Each of our laboratory activities are based on real-world problems and issues, allowing students to apply the content knowledge they already possess in new and challenging ways. These lab activities are:
Help us pilot one of our new labs below – for FREE!
SciTech has recently developed two new lab experiences and we are seeking classes to pilot each of these new activities. As part of the pilot process, we will waive the $10/student SciTech fee (you will be responsible for providing your own transportation). If you are interested in this opportunity, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which of the two new labs you are interested in, the number of students and grade levels you would like to bring and we will contact you to discuss. Please note that both of these labs are for middle school students (grades 6-8) and the maximum number of students per class is 24 for the pilots.
Each laboratory activity takes approximately 3 hours to complete and is offered every week day throughout the year. To schedule a visit for your middle or high school class, please review the lab activities listed above and then complete the reservation form. If you have any questions about the visit or would like to talk with one of the education and outreach staff to help in selecting an activity for your class, please call 410-385-6361 or e-mail email@example.com.
The cost is $10/student; chaperones and teachers attend free of charge.
To make a reservation: