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Tue, Feb 23, 2016 3:43 PM Truly, the Universe in the palm of your hand!
This ebook is amazing. It takes the best information from the SciPacks and puts it together in an incredibly interactive format. I use this book as a reference in my high school introductory astronomy course, referencing the simulations and activities within and sharing them with my students. A must-have for burgeoning astronomer!
Earth, Sun, and Moon: Earth's Seasons
Thu, Oct 25, 2012 7:41 PM Some Good Ideas on Addressing Student Misconcepts
Students have some different ideas on how the seasons occur. This Science Object does a good job of showing ways to address and correct student misconceptions about the seasons.
Using Science Fiction Movie Scenes to Support Critical Analysis of Science
Thu, Oct 25, 2012 7:38 PM A Very Clever Article
I have been correlating a lot of my curriculum to novels, and was looking for something else to add in that students would appreciate. This article showed the value of movies, specifically science fiction movies, in illustrating examples and nonexamples of science.
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