The eXpressions® eXhibition will be on display in the Samson Pavilion at the Health Education Campus from February 14, 2020, through March 26, 2020. Visitors are welcome from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. All guests must sign in at the security desk, located near the west entrance, before visiting the eXhibition. Teachers interested in having their classes visit the eXhibit can email  hec-rooms@case.edu to schedule a field trip.



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School Programs

The Center for K–12 Education’s School Programs Department works to improve health and wellness, academic achievement, and career readiness for students in grades K through 12. We leverage organizational resources and community partnerships to provide free authentic learning experiences that support student success, within and beyond the classroom. Tied to state and national academic standards – and delivered both on-site and online – our programs have something to offer every student, everywhere.
 
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Health Unleashed!™ Program

Built around the Rex Rules!™ storybook series, Health Unleashed! delivers fun-filled, hands-on health and literacy lessons for K–2 students.


Dangerous Decibels® Program

This interactive, in-school presentation teaches 4th and 5thgraders the concepts of noise-induced hearing loss prevention.


Adventures in Health Science and Medicine® (AHSM®) Program

Middle school students explore health science and medicine through an interactive case study, hands-on activities, and collaborative discussions facilitated by Cleveland Clinic caregivers.


eXpressions® Program

This interdisciplinary initiative utilizes project-based learning to immerse middle and high school students in the creative exploration of science.


Worldwide Classroom® Program

Middle and high school students engage in topical explorations of health issues and health science and medicine career opportunities.


Judging Innovation Program

High School students explore healthcare innovations, and then serve as judges at Cleveland Clinic’s Medical Innovations Summit.