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EMS students' needed to use their logic reasoning skills in order to know how to get everyone across the river at a math station.
EMS students' needed to use their logic reasoning skills in order to know how to get everyone across the river at a math station.
Students figure out the volume of the tent they selected at a math station.
Students figure out the volume of the tent they selected at a math station.
An ESU student walks an EMS student though a math problem at her station.
An ESU student walks an EMS student though a math problem at her station.
Marshmallows are used to help illustrate a math concept for the EMS students.
Marshmallows are used to help illustrate a math concept for the EMS students at a math station.
An ESU student helps an EMS student and his mom maneuver through the grid.
An ESU student helps an EMS student and his mom maneuver through the grid.
2018 ESU Teaching Middle and Secondary Mathematics class and Dr. Connie Schrock.
2018 ESU Teaching Middle and Secondary Mathematics class and Dr. Connie Schrock.

Math & Science Family Night

Each year both the Teaching Middle and Secondary Mathematics & Teaching Middle and Secondary Science classes take the Math & Science Family Night program to Emporia Middle School. Middle school students and their parents wind through the hallways of the school to take part in different math & science stations prepared by ESU’s math & science education majors. Each year has a different theme, and the activities at each station reflect the year’s theme in some way. Previous themes have included: EMS CSI, Mathematics Family Feud, The Amazing Race and Space.

The ESU students collect many door prizes and they are given out throughout the night. The program is held in late February or early March.

For more information about Math & Science Family Night contact Dr. Connie Schrock at 620-341-5631.

  

2018 Program Specifics:

Date: February 26, 2018

Time: 6:30-8:30pm

Theme: Adventure Is Out There!: Take the outside inside with mathematics & science

Where: Emporia Middle School

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