This is the PowerPoint for two presentations at the NSTA Regional Conference in Minneapolis, October 2009. Both sessions were about NASA eClips and ways to engage millennial learners.
- 1.Sharon Bowers National Institute of Aerospace
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- How would you describe Millennial Learners?
21 stCentury Resources 4.
- Turn to a neighbor and share something that surprised you.
- Are you a digital native or
6. Anderson & Krathwohl, et al, 2000 Bloom, et al, 1956 7. 8. NASA web site www.nasa.gov/education/nasaeclips 9.
- Compare the natural world with the designed world, illustrating the unique contributions of scientists and engineers
- See mathematics in action
- Putting Together the Ares 1-X
- Ignite interest in science and engineering through NASA innovations
- Apollo 11 History in the Making
- Get an inside look at NASAs current research and projects through this magazine style program
13. NASA web site www.nasa.gov/education/nasaeclips 14. Educator Materials 15.
- Video clips can be used alone or integrated into a lesson
How can teachers use NASA eClips? 16.
- Writing across the curriculum
- Themes for non-fiction reading
Cross-Curricular Connections 17.
YouTube site Where access to YouTube.com is restricted, trywww.zamzar.comor Firefox download extensions. 18. NASA Portal 19. MY NASA 20. Do It Yourself Podcasts 21. InternetArchives 22.
Opportunities for Integration 23. Earth as Art 24. Sun-Earth Viewer 25. Landsat 26. Students as Producers . . ... 27. USA TODAY No Boundaries 28. Are you reaching your students? 29.
30. www.wordle.net Word Art 31. Graphical Dictionaries 32.
Needed:21 stExplorers 33.
- NASA Internet ResourcesEncourage Students To Think And Act Like Scientists . . .
34. Star Count Scientific protocol to gather and record data about stars 35. SCOOL Scientific protocol to gather and record data from ground observations of clouds