March 9, 2009|
From: Laura Harris, Director of Media Relations
Mills chosen as technical advisor for science education project
SKY HIGH targets seventh and eighth-grade students in north Louisiana schools and integrates the latest research on content literacy strategies with best practices in technology-driven science education.
In addition to learning about biological processes and ecosystems, the students will explore Earth and physical science concepts such as energy sources, space exploration, Newton's Laws, chemical reactions, and weather as they:
Project SKY HIGH is supported in part by a Tapestry Grant sponsored by ULM’s LaLARC, the Toyota Corporation, Lincoln Parish's Project Accelerating Children Higher In Educational Values Everywhere, Lincoln Parish District funds, and the Louisiana Tech GK-12 fund.