Many teachers across the country are facing the new challenge of educating students through remote learning. The need for creative lesson planning is particularly acute in science classrooms because of the need for hands-on laboratories or live demonstrations that supplement traditional lectures.
In order to help teachers and students keep pace with their curricula, Carl Zeiss Microscopy, LLC has announced the Science Classroom Outreach Program for Educators Grant, or the ZEISS SCOPEs Grant.
Who can apply for this grant?
- K-12 science teachers needing a solution to help their students continue their education in a socially distant environment.
- Any K-12 school in the United States offering microscopy science curricula.
What do you get?
- Win a ZEISS classroom microscope package with an optical microscope, digital camera, and software.
- Choose from two microscope models for a variety of subjects ZEISS Primo Star or ZEISS Stemi 305
How does it work?
- Each month a winner will be selected from the applications.
- If you have applied previously and your school district has not won, your application is still valid.
- All-in-one device
- Integrated illumination. Crisp for any application.
- Integrated documentation
- Brand new for 2021
- The connected classroom
- Clever details for greater freedom
The successful implementation of the microscopes at White Plains High School is what led ZEISS to create the SCOPEs Grant opportunity.
Carl Zeiss Microscopy, LLC, makes the following disclosure: the AxioCam 202 and AxioCam 208 may not be compliant to the NDAA 2019 (National Defense Authorization Act of 2019), and accordingly, Carl Zeiss Microscopy, LLC cannot certify compliance to the NDAA for these products. If your institution is selected for the SCOPEs Grant and requires NDAA 2019 compliant technology, an alternative and compliant camera will be provided.