[astronomyed] [Fwd: CORRECTED URL: Space Science Is for Everyone: Creating and Using Accessible Resources in Educational Settings Available at NASA.gov]

  • From: Mary-Frances Bartels <ki0dz@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: astronomyed@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2008 14:02:14 -0400


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  • From: "NASA Education" <education@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: ki0dz@xxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 15:08:42 -0400
The Educational Materials section of NASA's Web site offers classroom
activities, educator guides, posters and other types of resources that
are available for use in the classroom. Materials are listed by type,
grade level and subject. The following item is now available for
downloading.

 

Space Science Is for Everyone: Creating and Using Accessible Resources
in Educational Settings

 

Over the past seven years, the Southeast Regional Clearinghouse, or
SERCH, convened seven highly successful  Exceptional Space Science
Materials for Exceptional Students workshops. The workshops offered
professional development training and resources for the teachers of
students with disabilities, science educators (both formal and
informal), and product developers who are working to make Earth and
space science concepts more accessible for persons with disabilities.

 

This collection of helpful hints and resources is based on the seven
workshops, the expertise of the participants and product testing in
classrooms around the United States following these workshops. The
brochure is offered as a tool for science, technology, engineering and
mathematics educators who are working with students and/or audiences
with disabilities. Some activity descriptions are supplemented with
case study examples addressing a particular disability. In addition,
contributing educator-authors have provided a variety of lessons
learned from formal education (Pre-K-12), home school education and
informal or  free-choice education learning venues, such as science
centers, museums and planetariums.

 

http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/topnav/materials/listbytype/
Space_Science_Is_for_Everyone.html




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