Monthly Archives: March 2010

Meet the NASA eClips™ Educators

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The NASA eClips™ educators travel around the country introducing teachers to new and innovative ways to inspire students using the latest science and innovation developed at NASA. Pictured are some of our team members: Mark Clemente, Becky Jaramillo, Jim Egenrieder, Shannon Verstynen, Cathy Scott, and Sharon Bowers (np). We will keep you updated on our travels and would love to hear from you. We are very interested in hearing about the creative ways that you are using the NASA eClips products.

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How are you using NASA eClips™ in your classroom?

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How are you using NASA eClips™ in your classroom?

 

Do you use the segments to “kick off” a lesson?  Do you show the segments to your whole class, or have students explore segments independently?

 

We have heard from some teachers that they use the segments as part of a writing and literacy project.

 

Take a few moments and share some of the ways that you integrate NASA eClips™ video segments into your teaching.

 

We look forward to hearing from you.

NSTA Conferences in Minneapolis and Ft. Lauderdale

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Thanks to all who attended the NASA eClips™ presentations during the NSTA regional conferences in Minneapolis and Ft. Lauderdale!


Please keep in touch.  We love to hear how you are using NASA eClips™ video segments in your classrooms!

And … don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any help!  Please post questions in this blog, and we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can.

Blog from FETC

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Did you miss the Florida Educational Technology Conference that ran January 12 – 15?

Don’t worry. 

You can get a quick glimpse of Mark Clemente’s (one of our own NASA eClips™ Educators) presentation by reading this blog,   http://simplek12.com/models-simulations-classroom-fetc-2010 

If you attended FETC, let us know about your experience.  What was your favorite find?