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Month: August 2021

NASA

NASA Seeks Student Tech Ideas for Suborbital Launch

NASA is calling on all sixth through 12th-grade educators and students to submit experiments for possible suborbital flights as a way of gaining firsthand experience with the design and testing process used by NASA researchers. The NASA TechRise Student Challenge invites students to design, build, and launch experiments on suborbital rockets and high-altitude balloons. The …

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Best Resources for Social Emotional Learning

Best Resources for Social Emotional Learning

The importance of creating an environment that fosters social emotional learning both at home and in the classroom can’t be overlooked. Many educators face obstacles daily in their classrooms because of their student’s lack of social emotional skills. The reality is many teachers feel they spend more time dealing with social emotional issues than they …

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Inventor and Author Arlyne Simon

Science Like A Girl: Inventor and Author Arlyne Simon

When a nurse hooks a syringe to a syringe pump, she isn’t thinking about the regulations and research it took to ensure a to save a life. When an expectant mother looks at an ultrasound, she isn’t thinking about connecting the circuits or programming the interface – she wants to see her baby.  As a …

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Easy Constellations

Easy Constellations To Find: MAPPING THE NIGHT SKIES

Here are 12 easy constellations to find next time that you are out stargazing. For this blog, we have picked 12 major constellations from both Northern and Southern hemispheres. Ursa Major, Centaurus, Cassiopeia,  Crux, Orion, Carina, Canis Major, Ursa Minor, Gemini, Taurus, Auriga, and Scorpius.     1. Ursa Major/Big Dipper – Best time to …

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