The Alabama Science in Motion program, one of eleven in the state, is a partnership between the In-Service Education Center at Jacksonville State University and the high schools in the JSU In-Service area. This partnership is a visionary education program established in 1994 by the Alabama Legislature for the purpose of enriching the teaching and learning of high school science, and serves as the Secondary Science component of the Alabama Math, Science, Technology Initiative. The program at JSU provides instructional support in biology, physics and chemistry. Each science field has a truck with over $200,000 worth of state-of-the art laboratory equipment and supplies for use in high school science labs. High school teachers participating in this program are provided professional development in the teaching of science and the use of the laboratory equipment.
To learn more about JSU's Science in Motion program, please contact one of the following:
|Tom Morgan, Physics
|Kellye McDowell, Chemistry
|Krystal Milam, Biology