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Registration is now open for the 2017-18 Worldwide Classroom® Connected Learning experiences.



The eXpressions™ Teacher Social will be held on Wednesday, September 13, 2017.



Dangerous Decibels® is a free, school-based program designed to teach 4th through 5th graders the concepts of noise-induced hearing loss prevention.



Middle and High School Teachers: Register now for the 2017-18  eXpressions™ program.



Program Resources

 

2017 Cleveland Clinic Science Internship Program Projects List
This list identifies our 2017 Cleveland Clinic Science Internship Program students and the research projects they completed – the research projects eXpressions™ participants will creatively interpret using art, language, or mathematics. This list is sorted by school.
 
 
myRESEARCH™
This online gallery provides access to 2017 Science Internship Program students' research posters, video lectures, and PowerPoint presentations.


eXpressions™ Judging Criteria
Review the criteria that eXpressions judges use to evaluate students' projects.

 
eXpressions™ Teacher Guide
This step-by-step guide gives teachers recommendations on how to implement the eXpressions™ program.
 
 
Virtual eXpressions™ Teacher Workshop
In the spirit of a live late-night talk show, this collection of video clips provides an entertaining overview of eXpressions™ and everything an educator needs to know to successfully participate in the program.
 
 
eXpressions™ Math Sample Interpretations of Student Research
This document provides teachers with different approaches to mathematically interpreting a Science Internship Program student's research.
 
Graduate Credit for Teachers
Educators who participate in eXpressions™ can earn graduate credit from Baldwin Wallace University or John Carroll University.

eXpressions™ Master Teacher Mentors:
Our eXpressions™ Master Teacher Mentors can be contacted at any time for questions and support.
 
Art and Language:
 
Anne Cole, MAEd
aecolex4@yahoo.com
 
Christine Filmer, MAEd
Art4cris@aol.com
 
Chuck Zitko, MSEd
chazitko@gmail.com
 
Math:

Dan Palmer, PhD
dpalmer@jcu.edu