A message from Kim McCoy, the Assistant Director for the Center for the Advancement of STEM Education (CASE) at Bridgewater State University.
CASE offers hands-on laboratory experiences for students, professional development and lending labs for teachers, summer science programs for middle and high school students and access to BSU's Observatory and Project EarthView's twenty-foot inflatable globe. CASE programs directly impact more than 20,000 preK-12 students, teachers and community members each year.
We plan to develop new hands-on laboratories in both our Watershed Access Lab (environmental science) and CityLab (biotechnology) programs. As such, we are contacting you to assess curricular needs, so that we can develop programs that are best suited for your needs. Below is a link to a brief survey. We were hoping you could take a few moments to fill out the survey and also to forward this email along to other colleagues that may have insight as well. Based on your responses, we will expand our offerings to provide students and teachers the opportunity to participate in relevant scientific experiences.
Thank you so much for your time and I look forward to your response.