|Posted on Mar 24, 2011 04:44:07 PM | John Entwistle | 0 Comments ||
NASA Explorer Schools educator Haia Spiegel, a teacher at the Greater Hartford Academy for Mathematics and Science, created an inquiry-based activity called Ratio of Snow to Water after attending a Ice and Snow presentation at last year’s NES Winter’s Story research experience.Students analyze the layers of a snow pack and look at the individual snow crystals. Based on their analysis, they then calculate the ratio of snow to water. This is a way to connect science and mathematics.You will find this activity in NEON in the Satellite Meteorology forum including a PowerPoint presentation.
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Tags : Education Best Practice, Middle School Students, NES Lesson, NES Lesson-Satellite Meteorology