The Unknown Moon
June 24–28, 2013
Presented by the NASA Lunar Science Institute
the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Who: High school science teachers
What: A 35-hour, 5 day institute, investigating the Moon
Where: JHU Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD
Are you a middle school science teacher interested in the Moon? Consider attending the LRO Lunar Workshops for Educators!
The Institute will:
- Provide numerous hands-on standards-aligned classroom resources that allow you to bridge content from the Moon to the Earth and address the Next Generation Science Standards: (Jan 2013 draft: HS-ESS1-f, HS-ESS1-g, HS-ESS1-j; HS-ESS2a, HS-PS4-f) and a variety of Science and Engineering Practices
- Incorporate authentic inquiry experiences
- Provide the opportunity to interact with lunar scientists
- Offer certification to bring lunar samples into your classroom
- Include tours of scientific research facilities
Institute registration is free, and includes lunches. Participants will receive a certificate for professional development hours.
Numerous classroom resources will be provided.
For more information, contact
Lunar and Planetary Institute
3600 Bay Area Boulevard
Houston, TX 77058