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In The Classroom: Lesson Plans

QUEST lesson plans support educational standards for Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire for middle level grades 7 and 8, and secondary level grades 9 through 12 for each QUEST program. Each lesson also aligns with National Science Education Standards.

QUEST lesson plans were developed by teachers from the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance.

Find out more about Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance and their work to improve science and mathematics education for Maine students.

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Middle Level Lesson Plans

2005 Season - NEW!

2004 Season

2003 Season


Secondary Level Lesson Plans

2005 Season - NEW!

2004 Season

2003 Season


UNLIMITED RIGHTS:

Educators have unlimited rights to copy and use, in their entirety, all of
the Quest printed and video materials for use in their classrooms. These
rights do not extend to re-editing or using portions of the materials.

HOW TO GET COPIES OF THE
SHOWS AND CLASSROOM VIDEOS:

Off-Air Recording

Maine Educators may record off-air their own copy of the hour-long
broadcast show which will be broadcast on Maine Public Television, New
Hampshire Public Television and Vermont Public Television.

Purchasing Copies

Maine Educators: Copies of all the Quest programs and classroom videos
are also available to Maine educators through the Maine State Library's
Educational Video Services (EVS) program. Their telephone number is (207)
287-5620.

General Audience and Out-of-State Educators: All general audience
requests and out-of-state requests for copies of the program should be
forwarded to Maine Public Televisionís Audience Services at 1-800-884-1717.

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Major funding is provided by the National Science Foundation.
Additional funding is provided by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, Maine Forest Products Council, Irving Woodlands LLC., Desiree Carlson, M.D., and gifts to More Connected. More Maine, The Campaign for Maine Public Broadcasting Network's Programming.

A list of other funders includes:
The Davis Family Foundation, Margaret E. Burnham Charitable Trust, and Lincoln Ladd.

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