virtual learning Tag

Pop quiz! Follow along with the KU Natural History Museum staff in this pre-recorded video on their Facebook page to challenge yourself on your knowledge of environmental science. Follow along with the quiz using a link to a Qualtrics survey. If you complete the quiz, you’ll...

What can tiny animals without backbones tell us about our water resources? Learn about these aquatic macroinvertebrates in a live Zoom session, part of the KU Natural History Museum Environmental Science Camp series. Registration is required. Museum staff will contact you to confirm your registration...

Experiment with air and flight and take a trip through Missouri's rich history. In this Mid-Continent Public Library program, participants will get a chance to learn about Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis, as well as NASA astronauts, parachutes, and dirigibles. This trip...

Pollution is something that is in a place where it isn’t normally found. It doesn’t belong, like plastic trash in the ocean. But did you know there are different types of pollution? Join the KU Natural History Museum staff in this pre-recorded video on their Facebook...

How does air quality impact our everyday lives? Join the KU Natural History Museum staff as they explore this question and model the effects of acid rain in a hands-on experiment in a live Zoom session, part of the Environmental Science Camp series. Registration is required....

The KU Natural History Museum welcomes you to this year's Environmental Science summer camp! Join museum staff in this pre-recorded video on the KU Natural History Museum Facebook page as staff members introduce you to environmental science and the ways it impacts our lives. A...

Sponsored by National Security Agency’s GenCyber program, the University of Missouri-Kansas City will offer two one-week camps this July and August. During the online camp, rising 9-12th graders will explore the field of cybersecurity through online instruction and lab activities. The participants will learn cybersecurity...

This event hosted by the Mid-Continent Public Library demonstrates the science of magic tricks to help children understand key chemistry and physics concepts. Program registration will close 30 minutes prior to the start of the program. Participants will be emailed a Zoom access code 15 minutes...

Do you like to bake (and eat)?! This camp is for the curious 6-8 grade student who wants to know the how and why of food science through the world of baking.  In this Kansas State University program, students will explore the crazy science behind...

Are you interested in understanding Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning? Would you like inspiration on how to integrate it into High School classes? Not sure where to start? The Witchita State University College of Engineering invites high school educators to join free virtual webinars to learn...