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128Fwd: Re: NASA teacher wrkshp

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  • Mansel A. Nelson
    Jun 7, 2003
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      >Date: Fri, 06 Jun 2003 15:24:07 -0700
      >From: Ingrid Novodvorsky <novod@...>
      >Subject: Re: NASA teacher wrkshp
      >X-Sender: novod@...
      >To: david.cole@..., tslater@..., mansel.nelson@...
      >I just posted the note to TCHRS...
      > Ingrid
      >At 12:08 PM -0700 6/6/03, David Cole wrote:
      >>Dave Cole here from Flagstaff.
      >>I'm trying to get the word out about a one-day teacher workshop we are
      >>Please post the following to your teacher listserv--with my THANKS!
      >>This is a follow-up to a similar rqst made a few weeks ago.
      >>Please attend our free, one-day, star-knowledge teacher workshop in
      >>Flagstaff, sponsored by the NASA Space Grant. It is specifically
      >>intended for in-service K-14 science teachers, but anyone is welcome.
      >>Presenters include:
      >>Donald Scott from NASA/AMES
      >>Mick Bowen from NASA/Dryden
      >>Bryan Bates-archaeoastronomy
      >>Nancy Maryboy-ancient/cultural star knowledge
      >>Cherilynn Morrow of the Space Science Institute in Boulder, Co.
      >>Date & Time, Location:
      >>Saturday, June 14th, from 9 am - 4 pm or so.
      >>On the campus of Northern Ariz. Univ.
      >>Physical Sciences Bldg. (#19 on any campus map)
      >>Room 321
      >>No formal reservations or applications are required, but it is requested
      >>that you contact:
      >>dept of phy & ast, NAU
      >>928) 523-8017
      >>with any questions or comments, and to RSVP.
      >>There will be some free-bees, lots of interesting discussion, and an
      >>opportunity to be "Lunar Sample-Certified"; which means you can request,
      >>from NASA, a loaner of lunar samples for your classroom. Come prepared
      >>to have your perspectives challenged!
      >>Hope you can attend!
      >>dave cole
      >>Free NASA Star Knowledge Workshop
      >>On the Campus of NAU on Sat. June 14th
      >>The Department of Physics & Astronomy at Northern Arizona University, in
      >>conjunction with NASA Space Grant, is
      >>hosting its fourth annual one day teacher workshop on modern and ancient
      >>star knowledge. It is on the campus of NAU,
      >>and will occur from 9 am till mid afternoon on Saturday, June 14, 2003.
      >>Although everyone is invited, the workshop will
      >>seek to provide usable curricula to K-14 science teachers. Join NASA
      >>outreach education specialists, who always give away
      >>goodies, and indigenous knowledge holders for a fascinating look at the
      >>big picture. Come prepared to have your
      >>perspectives challenged, and to become "moon rock certified"; which
      >>means you can borrow lunar samples from NASA for
      >>your classroom. The workshop is free.
      >Ingrid Novodvorsky
      >Physics Dept.
      >Univ. of Arizona
      >Tucson, AZ 85721
      >520-626-4187 (phone)
      >520-621-4721 (fax)

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