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Two Beautiful Eclipses Coming to North America!

Kick-start your planning for the upcoming eclipse events. Solar Eclipses are exciting astronomical events that can provide a great opportunity for teachers and students to learn about the science of astronomy and explore the beauty of the natural world. Check out the following collection of resources and teaching materials to use in the classroom.

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Making Sense of the Deepwater Oil Spill Disaster

Authenticity in learning is becoming increasingly important as today’s students are not “buying into” school just because it’s there! Today’...

 

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Sounds in Sunlight

Solar eclipses are excellent platforms for engaging students with astronomy and for teaching concepts like the Sun-Earth-Moon relationship through rar...

 

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Making the Most of the Upcoming Solar Eclipse Double-Header

Eclipses of the Sun, where the Moon gets in front of the Sun and blocks its light, are among the most spectacular of natural events. The total eclipse...

 

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The 2023 and 2024 Solar Eclipse Double-Header

North America will experience a solar eclipse “double-header” this fall. While 500 million people will see two partial eclipses (when the Moon cov...

 

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Preparing for the Great American Eclipse of 2024

The Great American Eclipse of 2017 path of totality passed across the United States on Monday August 21, 2017, from Madras, Oregon to Columbia, South ...

 

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Solar Eclipses From Other Points of View

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