Mars Through Time
July 8–11, 2014
Presented at the University of New Mexico
Who: High school teachers, both those currently teaching high school and those preparing to teach high school.
What: A 26-hour, four day professional development training, investigating Mars science and exploration.
Where: Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Mars Through Time is a four day, high school teacher professional development training focusing on Mars science and exploration and the nature and process of science. Participants explore the relationship between technology and science using the history of Mars exploration as an example. Participants also learn about and discuss the nature and process of science with each other and invited speakers.
Activities, PowerPoints, and recordings of presentations from the 2014 Mars Through Time training can be found within this website.
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The 2014 workshop was supported by the ChemCam instrument onboard the Curiosity rover, the Lunar and Planetary Institute,
the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at the University of New Mexico,
and the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.