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The Texas Department of Transportation and the Aviation and Space Foundation of Texas are offering a Columbia Remembered specialty license plate. Out of the $30 application fee $22 will be used to provide Columbia Crew memorial scholarships and to further aviation and space activities in Texas.
Mars has been a beacon for exploration. Mars Challenges the explorer in each of us. Apply now for Liftoff 2004 Journey to the Red Planet. Join NASA Scientists and Engineers, get involved with hands-on inquiry based classroom activities, receive curricula and space science materials, tour NASA and Space Center Houston and get the opportunity to interact with Researchers dedicated to the Mars space missions. Application is on-line now. The deadline to apply is April, 2004. Visit the above website to apply.
Exploring the Sun is an interactive, multimedia exploration of the Sun through the eyes of SOHO, the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory. Through clever and engaging interface features, the most recent developments from SOHO in solar exploration are presented through text, graphics, animations and video clips. The CD includes over 100 movie clips, over 400 images, web links, an extensive glossary as well as soundtracks specially composed for this CD.
This site offers a downloadable PowerPoint template that allows the insertion of questions for science test review. Students often like competition and this is a good way to spice up the standard review session. This site has lots of science games your students will love.
NSTA Reports ever-popular, monthly column--Teachers' Grab Bag--is on the web. Check out the web site above where you can find hundreds of free and almost free items such as videos, publications, CD-ROMs, lab kits, and much more. Visitors can search the database by cost and type of products/services.
National Teachers Enhancement Network (NTEN) Spring graduate-level on-line science courses for K-12 teachers, in Biology, Science Education, Earth Science, Entomology, Geography, Human Development, Food/Nutrition, Land Resources and Environmental Sciences, Microbiology, and Physics begin on various dates in January. The first registration deadline is January 8. Courses carry graduate credit hours, and all are offered with a special 10% discount for NSTA members. To browse the full list of available courses and specific class dates, go to http://institute.nsta.org, follow the NTEN link, and register now.
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