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Friday, May 16 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Gain a Different Perspective of Our Solar System Using Technology

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Explore the technology involved with real space missions such as EarthKAM, a camera on the International Space Station (ISS). Learn how to sign up for real missions with student involvement.  Also, included in this workshop is an overview of the interdisciplinary earth science educational modules available for teachers from current missions, as the MESSENGER spacecraft, which is currently orbiting Mercury, and New Horizons, which is nearing Pluto.  A webquest will be used specifically on the MESSENGER website to explore its resources.

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Sally Jensen

After 40 plus years of teaching elementary and middle school students about LIFE, in the name of science and social studies, I am now working as a curriculum consultant. I am still teaching. I simply have a different audience. | While still barely realizing my new adventure in working with teachers, I continue to find amazing connections in the world around me. Einstein said, "Human beings, vegetables, or cosmic dust; we all dance to a... Read More →


Friday May 16, 2014 1:30pm - 2:30pm
GBTC 114

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