Upward Bound 2020
CASC Upward Bound Students: Click START to find the cool assignments and activities!
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About the Program and CASC
Upward Bound provides fundamental support to participants in their preparation for college entrance. The program provides opportunities for participants to succeed in their precollege performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits. The goal of Upward Bound is to increase the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education
- For information about Upward Bound Program, visit US Department of Education description web page.
- For information about Carl Albert Communitty College, visit CASC web site and explore!
About This Site
This web site provides free-to-use science curriculum for high school teachers, students and parent-guardians. Scan topics for biology, chemistry, earth science, physical science. Discover more about John Honeycutt, creator of Honeycutt Science.
This summer (2020) selected portions of the Honeycutt Science curriculum are provided to Upward Bound students as part of their Earth Science learning experiences. The full site provides a full year’s worth of topics for high school physical science, biology, Earth science, and chemistry.
About This Site
Launch and print Honeycutt Science student handbook. Student expectations are described along with an explanation of a typical topic sequence.
21st Century Skills
Topics and suggested delivery approaches included here emphasize 21st Century Skills. While specific lists of “21st Century Skills” vary from state-to-state, and even between school districts within a given state, the following four skills are generally consistently included:
- Collaboration and teamwork
- Creativity and imagination
- Critical thinking
- Problem solving
1:28 TI-InnovatorTM Rover at Keota High School – Jan. 2018
Step Inside and Say Hello
Thank you to the students, parents/guardians, teachers, support staff, science professionals and others making a visit to Honeycutt Science.
From me to you – I’m glad you’re here!