Posts Tagged ‘NASA’

The Science Shelf (and other STEM goodies from the webosphere) #6

Welcome to the Sixth post of the series “The Science Shelf (and other STEM goodies from the webosphere)” where we will share information on science and technology events, resources, news and any other random goodies we discover by staring at our computers every single day. Hope you enjoy and...

IPN International Space Education Professional Development Program, Houston (day 5)

Day 5 – Thursday 06 February 2015 Last full day of the IPN International Space Education Professional Development Program and second day at SEEC. Started the day with Becoming a Spacewalker by Jerry Ross, Former Astronaut. He was the first human to be launched into space seven times! Mr....

IPN International Space Education Professional Development Program, Houston (day 4)

Day 4 – Thursday 05 February 2015 While the programme for the first three days was entirely put together by IPN, for today and tomorrow we have joined the Space Exploration Educators Conference (SEEC), organized annually by the Space Center Houston and NASA. The programme of this conference is...

IPN International Space Education Professional Development Program, Houston (day 3)

Day 3 – Wednesday 04 February 2015 Today we started the day visiting the Division of Space Life Sciences of USRA, the Universities Space Research Association where the director, Dr. Neal R. Pellis, showed us around the institute and gave us a presentation on cells and space. Check out...

IPN International Space Education Professional Development Program, Houston (day 2)

Day 2 – Tuesday 03 February 2015 Today we visited NASA’s Human Research Program, Education & Outreach team. Their goal is to establish a comprehensive suite of educational programs and supportive materials for people of all ages and walks of life to learn about the challenges of human space...

IPN International Space Education Professional Development Program, Houston (day 1)

Scientix has been invited to join the IPN International Space Education Professional Development Program in Houston, 1-7 February 2015. Educators from Norway and California have come for a one week long program designed to motivate, inspire and inform delegates on Space Education. Alex Blackwood and Val Caldwell, organizers of...

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Video conferences as teaching tool – Videoconferencing guidelines

Last decade video conferences became a hot topic. Being a cheap or even free instrument, they still enable multimedia enriched and real-time communication. There are many practices showing to what extent video conferences can be used in science teaching as well as to promote science towards youngsters. ( And...