CLC Students Work on Operation Montserrat

e-Missions


Conduct an exciting interactive mission without ever leaving the classroom! The Challenger Learning Center at Paducah offers an innovative program for digital learning which links providers within a national network to classrooms around the world. The program, dubbed the e-Mission, provides teachers with an all-inclusive package comprised of teacher professional development, curriculum aligned with state and national standards and a live "mission" via technology.




This program was designed around best practice models and principles derived from the latest educational research. Our distance learning programs were developed by a team of authorities comprising subject matter experts, curriculum developers, teachers, evaluators, graphic artists, technicians and programmers.


Students in grades 3-5 participate in the simulation called Moon, Mars and Beyond! as astronauts on a virtual mission to the outer solar system in search of a lost spacecraft. Students in grades 6 and beyond participate in the simulation called Operation Montserrat as Earth Systems experts tracking real-time data about an island that is being threatened by a hurricane and volcanic eruptions. Click on the links below for more information about each scenario.


For more information or to book your e-Mission call the center at (270) 534-3101 today!

 

 

Click the link below for an informative

video about the e-Mission "Operation Montserrat".

e-Mission Video

The video is in windows media player format.

If you do not have windows media player please go to
Microsoft Windows Media Player.

 

 

 


 


 




 

 

 

 

 

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