NASA eClips are designed to ENGAGE students; NASA eClips help students EXPLORE new topics on their own. NASA eClips segments help students EXTEND what they learned.Students can design their own video segments modeled after the NASA eClips to demonstrate or EXPLAIN their understanding of concepts taught in the classroom. Teachers can EVALUATE students through video productions, journaling or small group discussions on topics learned.
eClips NCTM Boston Elementary
Engaging Millennial Learners<br />Mark Clemente<br />National Institute of Aerospace<br />
Hot List<br />http://www.kn.att.com/wired/fil/pages/listnasamatbj.html<br />http://tinyurl.com/yz24fmq<br />Slide Share<br />
21st Century Resources<br />How would you describe Millennial Learners?<br />
Moon Math<br />Take the "Cratering the Moon" Challenge one step further with the Moon Math Supplemental Guide activities. <br />Students will: 1) approximate the area and volume of a classroom-made crater, 2) calculate and compare thescale of lunar craters to classroom craters, and 3) observe how the size, mass, and angle of impact of a projectile affect the area andvolume of a crater. <br />
Star Count<br />Scientific protocol to gather and record data about stars …<br />
S’COOL<br />Scientific protocol to gather and record data from ground observations of clouds …<br />