Astronomy Education Workshop 2003b

Friday, September 19, 2003, 2:00 - 5:30 pm

Ferguson 114, UNL City Campus

These workshops are targeted for college instructors of 100-level astronomy classes and high school instructors who presently teach astronomy or may be interested in developing an astronomy course. They have three goals: 1) to acquaint educators with the new innovative usages of instructional technology in astronomy education, 2) to introduce new developments in the UNL Department of Physics and Astronomy, and 3) to bring together members of the astronomy and physics teaching community to share ideas and identify potential collaborators.

This event is open to local high school and college astronomy and physics instructors who register in advance. You may register by email or by phone at 402-472-3686. There is no cost for the workshop and coupons for parking garage fees and all instructional materials will be provided. Ferguson Hall and the Stadium Drive Parking Garage can be found on the following set of campus maps which allow one to magnify a region by clicking on it.

This workshop is sponsored by the UNL Center for Science, Mathematics, and Computer Education and the UNL Department of Physics and Astronomy. Educational materials have been provided by Prentice Hall Publishing, and Brooks/Cole Publishing.

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