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K-12 Outreach presents "Lazy Days"


K-12 Outreach is an important way for the next generation to learn about physics and astronomy. The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Purdue University is hosting "Lazy Days" which is a professional development webinar for middle school science teachers.
Lazy Days is a series of interactive student-friendly interactive stations illustrating the effects of mass, inertia, force and time on the states of familiar objects, providing observable evidence of Newton’s Laws.
The first twenty teachers who register for the Lazy Days webinar will be eligible to receive the Lazy Days materials, for your own classroom, shipped free of charge. See the registration link for details.
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Interested in Knowing More about K-12 Outreach?

In addition to the program highlighted above, Physics and Astronomy Outreach makes Classroom Calls, providing resources and expertise for the K-12 classroom teachers. Whether we provide a "Scientist on Site" for a classroom talk and demonstration, support for lesson design and implementation, or work with teachers to provide a novel learning experience, Physics and Astronomy Outreach is eager to spread our enthusiasm for learning science.

For more information on any of our programs, please contact:

David Sederberg
Director of Physics & Astronomy Outreach

Last Updated: Sep 23, 2020 10:44 AM

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