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Virtual Resource Library

The Works is proud to support STEM education and provide educators with a guide to STEM programming in Licking County and beyond.

Promoting connectivity between industry, education, and community through STEM initiatives will set-up future generations for success in the workforce.

Virtual Resource Library:

The Works has compiled a resource guide for educators to integrate business and industry grounded in STEM education principals into the classroom. These businesses welcome the opportunity to reach students and educate them about the importance of STEM education, the education and skills needed to be employed at their locations, and available careers. These industries are eager to staff future workforces with qualified employees from surrounding communities and know the successful future of their business depends on the students of today.

 

View/downlad the Virtual Resource Library

 

The Works Virtual Resource Library contains contact information for each company and services they provide to educators such as field trips, school programs and/or speakers. All companies listed in the guide provided information at will and welcome the opportunity to engage with eductors and students.

 



Teacher Packets:

In addition to the Virtual Resource Library, The Works also provides "Teacher Packets" for programming offered at the museum through school tours and/or outreach. Teacher Packets are a great resource for educators and can be used in classrooms even if students do not visit The Works for a school tour or outreach experience. Packets include detailed information about each of the following:
 

  • Concepts
  • Objectives
  • Academic Standards Met
  • Classroom Connections
  • Literacy Links for futher resources
  • Extensions available at The Works
  • Pre-Visit Classroom Activities
  • Post-Visit Classroom Activities

 

View/download the following Teacher Packets for use in your classroom:

 

Please contact the STEM Director with any questions at 740-349-9277, ext 227.

 


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