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Academic Center for Tutoring

Academic Center for Tutoring

Services for K-12 Teachers

Math & Science Content/Resources

We work with local in-service and pre-service math and science teachers to help them refresh or strengthen their knowledge in math and science. We conduct workshops through school districts, but you may also contact us anytime to borrow resources/manipulatives to enhance your classes.

Visit the Math & Science Learning Center!Physics fun at the Math & Science Learning Center

Schools are welcome to schedule a visit to the Math and Science Learning Center to see fun, hands-on science and math activities that can be used in the classroom (to see an example, click here to visit our photo gallery).

Take a Science Tour of CSU!

Ready for an opportunity for your students to see science and math in action, up close? Want to show your students how science and math can be FUN and hands-on?Students experiment with a non-Newtonian fluid

Come to CSU for a free, hands-on, exploratory science tour:

  • Engage in hands-on science with faculty from a variety of disciplines (astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental science, geology, mathematics, and physics).
  • Participate in lab activities and have the chance to ask questions throughout the tour.
  • Introduce your students to the CSU campus and to the excitement of science!Students touch a live snake

Tours usually last three hours, but can be tailored to the specific needs of teachers.

Example tour time: 8:45am - 11:45am (includes five science/math sessions)*.

* Each session is 20 minutes and includes various hands-on activities, such as:
Topic Activity
Biology Using microscopes to identify cells from the human body; touching reptiles
Chemistry Creating fast and colorful chemical reactions
Computer Science Testing the latest technology gadgets
Geology Touching and identifying rocks of different origins
Physics Discovering the properties of magnets, conductors, and sound waves

For more information on any of these opportunities, please contact the Events Coordinator at 706-507-8464.