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 Posted on Jun 26, 2012 09:42:41 AM | John Entwistle | 0 Comments    | .rating table tr td p {width:0px;} .star {cursor: hand;border:none;vertical-align:middle;} .star_inactive{vertical-align:middle;border:none;cursor:auto;} .rating_css{padding-top: 2px;padding-bottom: 3px;margin-top: 0px;margin-bottom: 0px;color: #000000;text-decoration:none;line-height:15px;} /* .rating_css{font-size:11px;padding-top: 2px;padding-bottom: 3px;margin-top: 0px;margin-bottom: 0px;color: #000000;text-decoration:none;line-height:15px;} */
 Professional Development Web Seminar: Graphing with MathTrax June 26, 2012 at 8 p.m. EDT Learn how to use a computer graphing tool to engage your students as they graph equations and data sets or experiment with physics simulations. Help students explore the relationship between math equations and their application in the real world with roller coaster and rocket launch simulators.   For more information and to register online, visit  https://digitalmedia.wufoo.com/forms/nes-webinar-registration-graphing-with-mathtrax/. Professional Development Web Seminar: Human Body: Space Adaptations June 29, 2012 at 2 p.m. EDT Space is a harsh environment. When an astronaut goes into space, his or her body immediately begins to change, causing the astronaut to feel and even look slightly different. During this seminar, you will get information about the effects of microgravity on astronauts. You also will be guided through three student activities, which provide a first-hand look at the effects of reduced gravity on bones, the fluid shifts in the body and the amount of oxygen needed to survive. For more information and to register online, visit  http://learningcenter.nsta.org/products/symposia_seminars/NES2/webseminar27.aspx.

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