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Near St. Louis? S. Illinois?

By on March 28, 2013 in

Come to our workshop! We’ll be doing a weeklong professional development workshop for educators interested in using TerraLuna in their classrooms. That’s right, a whole week of work with my favorite science teachers, Ellen Reilly, Kathy Costello, and Georgia Bracey, who put together the lessons that bring lunar geology and citizen science to the classroom while still […]

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TerraLuna gets NASA approval

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Educational materials that go out from NASA go through a peer review process not unlike the peer review process fo many research journals. We are happy to announce that TerraLuna, after some edits and clarifications, is now NASA approved. Our announcement: CosmoQuest’s TerraLuna: New Middle School Classroom Unit  on Lunar Surface Geology & Citizen Science Engage […]

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Come to our Learning Space

By on March 26, 2013 in

Every Wednesday, we have a special Hangout on Air all about science and astronomy education and outreach that we call Learning Space. Co-hosted by some subset of Georgia Bracey, Pamela Gay, and myself, we discuss topics of interest to educators of all kinds with regards to upcoming events, such as Globe at Night, how to […]

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Welcome to the CosmoQuest Educator Zone!

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Welcome to the home for educator resources for CosmoQuest. We will be featuring science curricula to go along with our citizen science projects, as well as resources developed by our partners around the world. We’re excited to have you join us whether you are a primary, secondary, or informal educator with a passion for science, […]

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