Start: Thursday, September 21, 2017 5:00 PM
End: Thursday, September 21, 2017 6:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour
Their timezone: US/Central
Their start time: Thursday, September 21, 2017 5:00 PM
Their end time: Thursday, September 21, 2017 6:00 PM
Title of event/project:
World MOON Project
**Participants should go to this link to start the project.
URL to project/event starting point:**
In this session learn about how upper elementary and middle school students from all over the world make daily naked eye observations of the Moon. First they figure out the Moon's behavior in their own location and then by sharing observations with children around the world figure out global patterns in the Moon's behavior. Totally free. Teacher and student handbooks can be found at www.worldmoonproject.org. Join the World MOON Project at email@example.com. Students' identity is totally protected. Teachers may be teaching science, authentic writing in English, or English as a Second Language. University professors teaching methods of teaching science may enroll their students in the World MOON Project. The project is repeated twice each year, once September to December and again February to May.
Project/event directions for participation:
Join a videoconference on Thursday, September 21, at 5 pm Central Time (US) (GMT-6) by going to https://zoom.us/j/239319115.
This event can be categorized as a:
Synchronous Collaborative Short Term Project, Informational Session, Lecture
This event is intended for the following audience(s):
pre-service teachers, teachers, administrators, parents, organization leaders
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Host school or organization:
Texas Tech University
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An educator or educators at a non-profit school
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