Monthly Archives: April 2016

Modeling Celestial Motions and Next Generation Professional Development

The video, “Private Universe”¬†showcasing Harvard graduates stumbling over the reasons for the seasons has thousands of¬†views on YouTube and has been shared countless other times in science-ed classrooms. The sometimes laughable explanation are enough to make any space science educator … Continue reading

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Assessing Human Impact in the Cafeteria

Hundreds of mouths stood agape as six students in white “haz-mat” suits picked through a mountainous pile of trays, plastic wrappers, tater tots and pizza sticks. Shrieks and “ewwwwwww”s carried through the gymnasium. Students and teachers collectively held their noses. … Continue reading

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