curriculum developed for your school district?
Our nationís children are
not living up to their potential in science. Complaining will not
help students achieve success in the world market. Action is the
answer! Locating new science programs that will guarantee results
are hard to find.
Implementing new science
standards is difficult. After 18 years of extensive research on content,
process, and implementation the Integrating Science, Math, and Technology
curriculum was born. The curriculum focuses on the development of science
content that progressively increases childrenís understanding of science
throughout the grades. The results of our research
be found on our website.
I. Science MaTe (K-6) is a 34 week program per grade level.
Every year students learn fundamental content in Applied Science, Universe
Cycle, Plate Tectonic Cycle, Rock Cycle, Water Cycle, and Life Cycle.
Science MaTe(Secondary) program provides two hands-on labs per week
for a semester of Biological Sciences, Earth Sciences, Physical Sciences,
and Process Skills.
Our research on studentís
comprehension of science, helps us create customized hands-on curriculum
to your school district. As consultants, we assess your district
and then create an action plan to improve
performance of both teachers and students.
We can show your district
how technology can make grading, assessing, and delivering content,
easy within a classroom. See our demonstration labs to experience
the advantages of electronic textbooks, internet access, and digital
presentations. Affordable technology is at your finger tips to provide your
students with marketable and life-long skills.
MSN staff conducts
customized science and math workshops for teachers of all levels.
Workshops are hands-on and provide instructions on how to effectively teach
students through learning science content. Classroom
management is also emphasized.
We help districts use various funding sources, including grants.
We also can provide materials to go along with the curriculum, at about
half the price of most science retailers. We are a 501(c)3 organization
and our funds go into helping schools get science into schools.
Joyce R. Blueford