New Project Pairs EKU Corbin Students with Local Elementary and Middle Schools
The Middle School and Elementary Education Methods students from the Eastern Kentucky University Corbin campus worked with over 200 7th grade Corbin Middle School students (approximately 100 each day) to test the waters of Moore’s Creek, which is a small creek near the middle school.
Six Middle School Methods students from EKU Corbin worked with Ms. Corean Wells’ students on September 3rd. Ten Elementary Methods students assisted with Ms. Teneal Wilcox’s students on September 5th. The EKU students helped with Dissolved Oxygen, pH, temperature and conductivity measurements of samples gathered by the Corbin middle school students. The temperature and conductivity measurements used Labquest interfaces and probes purchased by EKU Corbin campus to help with science courses offered at this regional campus. The EKU Methods students returned on September 12th to help the middle school students to research projects. The middle school students groups will make a poster about their project to be presented on October 7th 6pm-8pm to the public at Corbin Middle School.
Published on September 26, 2014