Field Study Information

 

Challenger Learning Center - 6th Grade

Date: 05 Nov 2019

ACTIVITY DETAILS

Location: 8717 Wolf Valley Drive, Colorado Springs CO  80924

Date: 11/5/2019

Time of Event: 6:50 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Cost: $20.00

Please log in to https://www.caremonkey.com/ to sign the permission slip. Please pay for the field study online (free of charge) by logging into your Jeffco Connect account and clicking on the “Jeffco Student Fee Payment” tab on the bottom left.  Please visit the Business Manager in order to pay by cash or check.

Other information:  Transportation will be by car. The field study begins early (6:50 am) and ends late (4:00 pm). Every student needs a sack lunch and snack. 

Here are the descriptions of what we will be doing at the Challenger Learning Center:
Challenger Learning Center of Colorado
We're located adjacent to Legacy Peak Elementary School
8717 Wolf Valley Drive
Colorado Springs  CO  80924

Rendezvous with a Comet  |  Simulator Mission

A team of scientists and engineers are on a daring mission to take an up-close look at a comet as it streaks across the galaxy. The goal is to plot a successful course to Rendezvous with a Comet. First, the team must plot the correct intercept course. Then they must construct and launch a space probe to gather data from the comet. What seems to be a routine exploration at first, becomes filled with challenges and emergencies. Each obstacle requires students to work together as a team to find a solution in order make the mission successful.
Explorer Lab Activity: Extraordinaires Design Studio
Empathize. Define. Ideate. Prototype. Test…The design thinking process is a Makerspace method that encourages everyone to be part of developing a more desirable future for all.Join us as we challenge your students to conceptualize and create a project that will improve the life of some very unique characters. Creative thinking, problem solving, and teamwork are required!
Interactive Planetarium Session: Patterns in the [Night] Sky
Observe the night sky through the traditional lens of constellations, the associated stories and their origins. Then, we’ll shift focus to the movement of these patterns over time, as well as the reasons for the seasons and moon phases.